Themes

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This area is for Super Administrators and others interested in the overall management of WordPress sites and networks that we host.

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We provide hundreds of themes – all mobile responsive and user friendly.

You can preview themes in our CampusPress theme showcase by clicking on Live Preview on a theme thumbnail. Not all theme features can be presented in our theme showcase and some look better once configured. 

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Below is our documentation on how to manage themes intended for Super Admin users.

Themes can be enabled on a per site basis or network enabled so all admin users can access them in Appearance > Themes.

Network Enable Theme

Any theme that has been network enabled in Themes in the network admin dashboard is listed in Appearance > Themes in the dashboard of all sites across your CampusPress network.

You network enable themes as follows:

1. Go to Themes in the network admin dashboard.

2.  Select the themes you want to Network Enable

3.  Select Network Enable from the Bulk Actions drop down menu.

4.  Click Apply.

Network Disable Theme

Any theme that has been network disabled in Themes in the network admin dashboard won’t be listed in Appearance > Themes in the dashboard of all sites across your CampusPress network and can’t be activated by your admin users.

You network disable themes as follows:

1. Go to Themes in the network admin dashboard.

2.  Click on Network Disable under the theme you want disabled.

Enable Theme on a Per Site basis

Occasionally you may want to enable a theme on specific sites only and you do this as follows:

1.  Locate the site by searching the blog URL using ‘Search Sites‘ on the Right Now module in network admin.

2.  Click on the URL.

3.  Click on Themes tab on the Edit Site page.

4.  Click on Enable underneath the theme you want to enable.

Please note:

  • The Edit Site page should only be used for enabling themes on a site or changing email addresses in Settings.
  • It should never be used for changing the Site URL.

Adding Custom Themes

You can add custom themes and plugins provided:

  1. Your CampusPress plan includes the option to add custom themes and/or plugins (email contact@campuspress.com to confirm if included).  
  2. The theme or plugin meets our custom code guidelines.

Refer to submitting themes and requesting plugins for our code guidelines and how to submit custom themes.