Templates is a native feature of WordPress and its function is to define how the content of the page will be displayed. The Shock Theme provides options that apply to each need.
|It has a defined container width and is the only one that allows you to have a sidebar, if any widget is add to it.
|Shock Full Width
|It has no container and fills the entire width of the screen. Used in almost all theme demos.
|Shock Full Container
|It has a container, but with a larger width.
|Shock Boxed Container
|It has a container, with a smaller width, making the layout short and centralized.
|Shock Blog List
|This template should be used to display blog posts, however creating a page with the Full Width template and adding a blog widget makes this more attractive.
|Shock Portfolio List
|This template should be used to display portfolio posts, however creating a page with the Full Width template and adding a portfolio widget makes this more attractive.
- When Editing a Page, Post, Portfolio, etc, note the Template option on the right side of the screen, click on it.
- You will see a dropdown list of all available options.
- Select the Page Template of your choice.
- Click on the Publish button to save the changes.