Response Pro uses powerful page options giving you complete control over the look and feel of your page, which are laid out in easy to follow tabs. The first tab includes our new Drag and Drop Page Elements, which allows you control what page elements appear on your page and the order that they are seen in. Below you will find a detailed outline of each of the options available to you in the Response Pro Page Options.
The first options tab is the Page Options tab, which is used to assign your sidebar style and enable any sections you want to appear on that page. Below you will find an itemized list of each option and what it does.
Select Page Layout - This option allows you to select from four different sidebar configurations: Sidebar Right (default), Two Right Sidebars, Sidebar Left and Right, and No Sidebar (full-width).
Page Title - Toggle the switch to turn the page title on or off (on by default).
Page Elements - This is the Drag and Drop Page Elements tool where you can add or remove elements that you want to appear on your page. You can also drag and re-order the elements in the Active Elements column to arrange the order that they appear on the page. For more information please visit our Drag and Drop Page Elements documentation page.
Enables the use of breadcrumb links on the page. They are full-width and self contained and can be placed in any order on your page.
This is the standard page content and comes with various sidebar options and the ability to turn off the page title.
Feature Slider Options:
This options tab is for configuring the Feature Slider if you have enabled it on your page using the Drag and Drop Elements. These settings offer full control over the look and configuration of the Feature Slider, whether or not it generates slides from blog posts or custom slides, animation type, and much more. Below you will find a detailed explanation of each option.
Select Slider Type - This option is for selecting the source of your feature slides: blog posts or custom slides. For more information about these two kinds of slider configurations, please refer to the “Using the iFeature Slider” documentation page.
Blog Post Category - If you are using “Blog Posts” as your Slider Type, use this drop down menu to select the category you wish the slides to be called from. You can select any of your custom categories, or simply select “All” to call from your latest posts.
Custom Slide Category - If you have selected “Custom Slides” as your Slider Type, you can select the category you want the slides to be called from. “Default” is the default category, which is the category every custom slide is placed under if a custom category is not specified.
Number of Featured Blog Posts - This option only pertains to slides generated from blog posts. Enter the number of slides you want to appear into this text input box and update the page. The default number for blog posts is five.
Slider Height - If you wish to customize your iFeature Slider’s height, you may do so with this option. The default height is 330 pixels.
Slider Delay Time - This option controls the time each slide appears before it transitions. It is measured in milliseconds (1000 milliseconds equals 1 second), and the default speed is 3500 ms.
Select Slider Animation Type - This option is for selecting the animation style you want to use for that page. There are currently 4 choices: Horizontal Push, Fade, Horizontal Slide and Vertical Slide.
Select Slider Navigation Type - This option is for selecting the navigation type you want to use with the slider. There are three choices: dots (default), thumbnails and none.
Select Slider Caption Style - Use this option to configure the slider caption (title and text) style you wish to use. You have four choices: bottom (default), left, right, and none (disables the caption bar on all slides).
Navigation Arrows - This option will hide the navigation (left and right) arrows from appearing on the slides.
WordThumb Image Resizing - Toggle this option to enable or disable the use of WordThumb Image Resizing.
The Callout options tab is for customizing the Callout Section if enabled on the page. Here you have complete control over the title, text, and a number of color pickers to select your own title, text, and button color. You can also upload a custom image to use as the button if you do desire. Continue reading below for a description of each option.
Callout Text - Use this text area to enter the text you wish to appear in your callout section.
Custom Callout Options - This enables extra options for the callout section (see below):
Callout Text Color - This option allows you to select a custom color (or enter your own hex value) for the Callout Section text.
Twitterbar Section Options:
The Twitterbar Options Tab is where you enter the Twitter handle you would like to use with the Twitterbar Section (if enabled on the page).
Twitter Handle: Enter the Twitter handle you would like
Carousel Section Options:
The Carousel Options Tab is where you select the category you would like to use with the Carousel Element (if enabled on the page). More detailed information on using the Carousel, visit our Carousel documentation page.
Carousel Category: Enter the category you would like to use.
Carousel Speed Enter the speed that you want the images to move through the carousel.