1. Installation

To install this theme you must have a working version of WordPress already installed. For information in regard to installing the WordPress platform, please see the WordPress Codex - Installing_WordPress

Installing the Theme

When you are ready to install this theme, you must first upload the theme files and then activate the theme itself.

You first have to download the theme from your "Downloads" section on ThemeForest. Log into your account and download either the "All files & documentation" or only the "Installable WordPress file" package.

You can now upload the theme files in two ways:

  1. FTP Upload: Using your FTP program, upload the non-zipped theme folder from within the "All files & documentation" download package into the /wpcontent/themes/ folder on your server.
  2. WordPress Upload: Navigate to Appearance > Add New Themes > Upload and go to browse. Select the zipped theme file from the "Installable WordPress file" download. Click on the Install Now button and the theme will be uploaded and installed.

Once the theme is uploaded, you need to activate it. Go to Appearance > Themes and activate your chosen theme.

Further reading on theme installations at the WordPress Codex - http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Themes

2. Troubleshooting

My navigation menu is not displaying and only "pages" is visible

Unfortunately, you have installed your theme incorrectly, this is why your navigation menu does not work as expected.

  1. Do not use WordPress Zip-Uploader with the full package download. Only download the WordPress theme installation file from Themeforest if you want to use the WordPress theme installer. installer-zip
  2. Do not upload all folders from your downloaded Zip-Package if you want to upload the theme via ftp and you have downloaded the "All files & documentation" package. Only the /invictus folder inside your downloaded zip package is needed
  3. Please take a closer look to this video how to install your WordPress Theme in a correct way: My WordPress Theme isn't working, what should I do?

2. Galleries

As you can imagine, this is the important part of your theme. This is, why you bought it. So now lets go and add some photos and galleries with your greatest images. We will create those galleries with our custom post panel photos on the left site.

I. Photography/Portfolio Page

First we need to create the Parent Page for our Galleries. We will need this page for our Navigation Menu later on. If you are using a clean WP Installation there is a auto generated page called "Sample Page" or "About" -> delete this page.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with the title "Photography" or "Portfolio" or whatever you want to call this page. At the beginning you can leave the content blank.
  3. Click on the Update/Publish button on the right top to save your page and make it visible on the front.

II. Create the Galleries

  1. Search for the Photos tab in your Wordpress admin navigation and choose "Galleries".
  2. Add a gallery called Portfolio or Photography or whatever you like to name your parent gallery.
  3. Add more galleries like Shootings, People, Cities or Traveling with the gallery created before as Parent Gallery. Dont forget to add a description for your galleries. It will be shown on the page as well.

After you are done, you should see a gallery tree like the one shown below (you can see this view at "Photos > Galleries" in the WordPress admin panel):

Your created galleries

III. Adding Photos to your gallery

Now we are ready to add some Photos to your created galleries.

  1. Go to Photos Tab in the Wordpress Admin Navigation
  2. Click on Add new
  3. Enter your photo title, a text in your post editor text field to use as photo description and a small excerpt for your Photo. The excerpt will be displayed as image caption for your photo in your slider or gallery. If you do not set a excerpt, the caption on your photo is automatically hidden.

    If the "Excerpt" input field is not visible for your, you have to open the top rigth "Screen Options" tab and activate the checkbox for "Excerpt". The input field for "Excerpt" is then showing within your post edit area.

  4. Choose your Gallery on the right side. You should consider to setup and choose a parent gallery to ensure a clean sorting of your photos. You can also have only parent galleries with no sub-galleries and it will work just as.
  5. Now click on the link Set featured image on the right menu "Featured Image" and the WordPress media gallery will open up in a popup window.
  6. Upload your images or choose an image, that you have uploaded before.
  7. When the upload is complete or you want to choose an existing image, click on the image you want to use as your featured image and click on the "Set featured image" button at the bottom right. The media gallery is closed and the image is set as "Featured Image". You must save the post for the change to take effect.
  8. Add some tags on the right side at Post Tags to your photo post, which describes the shown image best.
  9. Now choose your photo settings for this photo. Perhaps you want to open the photo only in a lightbox, or you want to show a detailed page for this photo, where your description is visible and visitors can leave some comments? You can adjust this setting for each photo post individually.

    Link types:

    • Lightbox The image of this photo post will handle the click to show the featured media in a lightbox. This can be an image or a YouTube or Vimeo video. There will be no link to the detailed photo page.
    • Project Page Click will handle the link to got to the detailed photo page.
    • External Link Click will redirect to an external link with a selected target (_blank etc).
    • Self hosted video Click will handle the link, to go to the project detail page with the attached self hosted video.
    • YouTube embedded video Click will handle the link, to go to the project detail page with the attached YouTube video.
    • Vimeo embedded video Click will handle the link, to go to the project detail page with the attached Vimeo video.
    • Disable Link With this option no link is set on an image thumbnail for this photo post.
  10. Background
    Maybe you want to add a background image to your new created photo post. You can setup your background image easily with the "Background Settings" optionset.
    Choose "Yes", if you want to show a background image and setup the new options which are then displayed.
  11. Save/publish your new photo post when you have done all your settings-.

Your photo post is now ready to show within your homepage full size slideshow. Goon and post some of your images like above.We will need more of them later for our full size gallery.

IV. Adding videos to your gallery

You can also add videos to your photo post. Choose between showing the videos in a lightbox from YouTube or Vimeo or show them on the detail page (Self hosted, YouTube or Vimeo). Your videos will also be shown in your full size galleries as background video.

4.1. Adding a lightbox video

Those videos open in a lightbox, when you click on the featured image of this photo post in a gallery view. There will be no link to the photo detail page!

  1. Redo steps 1-8 from III. Adding photos to your gallery
  2. Choose Lightbox from Choose Link Type
  3. Choose YouTube-Video or Vimeo-Video from Type of media options.
  4. Enter the URL you want to show in your Lightbox. To change the width or height simple add those parameters to the URL like this: &width=800&height=600
  5. Your options for showing a video in a lightbox should now look like this:
  6. After you've made your settings and filled out all the options, save/publish your new post.
4.2. Adding video to the project page

If you want to add a video to your project page and show it on your detail page or even in the full size gallery, you have to change the Choose Link Type of your photo post to Self hosted video, YouTube embedded video or Vimeo embedded video.

a) Self hosted video

  1. Redo steps 1-8 from III. Adding Photos to your Gallery
  2. Choose Self hosted video from Choose Link Type
  3. Enter the H.264 File URL of your self hosted video
  4. Enter the OGV File URL of your self hosted video
  5. Enter the WEBM File URL of your self hosted video
  6. Choose your Video preview image

    • Post featured image The currently attached featured image will be shown as your video poster image.
    • Image URL A custom image will be shown as your video poster image. You have to enter the URL in the field below.
  7. Set the Video Height. The width is default 660px content width.
  8. Set the other options like Stretching and Autoplay.
  9. After you've made your settings save/publish your new post.

You can get more info about html5 video embedding and formats here: Dive Into HTML5 - Video on the web

b) YouTube video

  1. Redo steps 1-8 from III. Adding Photos to your Gallery
  2. Choose YouTube embedded video from Choose Link Type
  3. Enter the YouTube Embed-Code into the field Embed-Code and adjust the width and height to fit the content. (Content width ist 660px)
  4. Enter the YouTube video ID in the field Video ID for Fullsize. This is important to show your video in a fullsize gallery. The YouTube video ID looks like this http://www.youtube.de/watch?v=123456 or http://www.youtube.com/e/123456.
  5. After you've made your settings and filled out all the options, save/publish your new post.

c) Vimeo video

  1. Redo steps 1-8 from III. Adding Photos to your Gallery
  2. Choose Vimeo embedded video from Choose Link Type
  3. Enter the Vimeo Embed-Code into the field Embed-Code and adjust the width and height to fit the content. (Content width ist 660px)
  4. Enter the Vimeo video ID in the field Video ID for Fullsize. This is important to show your video in a fullsize gallery. The Vimeo video ID looks like this vimeo.com/13412780 or http://player.vimeo.com/video/13412780.
  5. After you've made your settings and filled out all the options, save/publish your new post.

V. Create a gallery page

Now that we have created several galleries and photos, we want to create a page to display them.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Create a page for a gallery you want to add to your theme.
  3. Add a description in the post editor field and an excerpt for this page, which describes the gallery best. The excerpt is showing on top of the page as small summary of the page content.

    If the "Excerpt" input field is not visible for your, you have to open the top right "Screen Options" tab and activate the checkbox for "Excerpt". The input field for "Excerpt" is then showing within your post edit area.

  4. Go to the right panel and choose one of the "Portfolio Templates" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes".
  5. Perhabs you have noticed the "Gallery Options" settings below the post editor textarea on the left side. Within this option set you are going to control the look and the feel of this portfolio page. As you can see, there are actually no options available.
  6. You have to save your Page with a Portfolio Template before you can choose a Gallery. Save your Page now!
  7. Now if you take a look at our "Gallery Options" again, you can now choose your galleries to show in this portfolio page template. As you can see, there are also some other options as well. Change the options to your needs and follow the instructions on each option. The available options may vary for some portfolio templates.
  8. After setting up everything save your work!

The selected galleries are now attached to the created page and are showing up on the page if you check the page on your website.

VI. Homepage Fullsize Gallery Settings

Have you created a few photo posts? Great! Then we can now configure one of the main reasons you have bought the theme for - the awesome homepage full size gallery!

  1. Go to Invictus Settings Menu
  2. Choose the Fullsize Gallery tab.
  3. Choose your galleries to show in the default homepage full size gallery.
  4. You can find many others options as well. Please set the options you want and check description beside each option for further information.
  5. Save your changes.

Your full size gallery on your homepage is now ready. Play around with some options and setup the full size gallery as you like. There are many options to customize the full size gallery and give it your own look.

VII. Adding additional photo information

You can enable an add additional information to your photos like copyright, location and date.

These settings are made on the photo post option page under the description box. But remember, you have to activate the additional informations for a specific gallery on the page template itself.

VIII. Show additional Photo Information for a gallery

Invictus brings you additional Information fields for your photos as mentioned above. Now to display this informations on a gallery page you have to activate them in the page template options.

  1. Go to Pages and choose the gallery page you want to edit.
  2. Choose Yes or No from the select-box Show additional information? to show additional informations like copyright and location for this gallery
  3. Save your changes.

Now your additional informations are shown on the choosen gallery portfolio page.

IX. Linking images to an external link

To link an image to an external page instead of linking to a lightbox or a project page your only have to choose "External Link" from your photo option page at "Photo Settings" and enter the URL of the external link.

A Click on the image now referes to the entered URL in a new Window.

4. Templates

I. General information

This theme comes with several custom made templates to present your work in a stylish and unique look. You can simple choose those templates when you create a gallery page. Please read the documentation 4.2. Creating the gallery page first.

II. Column templates

The column templates are designed to show your photos in a column grid view. Those templates do not have any additional settings expect the standard sorting and copyright settings.

You can choose between four different column templates:

III. Portfolio Flickr Fullsize Gallery

The Flickr Fullsize Template is designed to show your Flickr photos in a fullsize background stream. To make this template work, you need to get an API Key from Flickr and enter this key in your Invictus theme settings at the tab "Fullsize Flickr".Get your Flickr API code here.

Creating the gallery

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with a the title of your gallery.
  3. Go to the right panel and choose the "Portfolio Flickr Fullsize Gallery" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes".
  4. Save/Publish your page
  5. The Flickr Fullsize Settings box should now appear in the middle.
  6. Choose the Flickr image source you want to show and enter the needed ID
  7. You can also change the Sorting, Total slides and Image size for this gallery.
  8. If you want to change other settings for the navigation elemenst, the slideshow or some other things you need to change these settings in your Invictus theme settings at the tab "Fullsize Flickr". The settings apply globally to all fullsize Flickr templates.
  9. Save/Publish your new gallery page.

IV. Portfolio Flickr Stream

This template is quite the same as the Portfolio Flickr Fullsize Gallery template with one difference, images are not shown in fullsize background mode but in a column layout.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with a the title of your gallery.
  3. Go to the right panel and choose the "Portfolio Flickr Stream" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes".
  4. Save/Publish your page
  5. The Flickr Settings box should now appear in the middle.
  6. All settings are the same as the settings for Portfolio Flickr Fullsize Gallery.
  7. There is only one additional setting. You can change the way images should handle the click, open your images in a Lightbox or link to the respective Flickr photo page.
  8. Save/Publish your new gallery page.

V. Portfolio Fullsize Background Gallery

This template shows your previous created photo posts in a fullsize background gallery.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with a the title of your gallery.
  3. Go to the right panel and choose the "Portfolio Fullsize Background Gallery" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes".
  4. Save/Publish your page
  5. The Gallery Settings box should now appear in the middle.
  6. Choose your Available Galleries to show in this template.
  7. Setup all other settings as you like.
  8. Save/Publish your new gallery page.
  9. If you want to change global settings for this gallery type, you need to change these settings in your Invictus theme settings at the tab "Full size gallery". These settings affect all your full size galleries within the theme.

VI. Portfolio Fullsize Background Video

You can create a single fullsize background video with this template.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with a the title of your gallery.
  3. Go to the right panel and choose the "Portfolio Fullsize Background Video" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes".
  4. Save/Publish your page
  5. The Fullsize Video Settings box should now appear in the middle.
  6. Enter the M4V File URL and the OGV File URL of your video.

5. Blog

You need to create a category and a Blog page to make the Blog on your Theme working.

If you do not want to create a Blog for Website, skip this point and continue to the next one.

I. Creating the Blog Category

We need a Blog Category for Wordpress to know, where your Posts are related to.

  1. Go to the Categories page under the Posts tab
  2. Add a category called "Blog" as a main category without a parent category.

II. Blog Page

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with the title "Blog" or whatever you want to call your blog. Its your choice. But "Blog" as title for now should meet the claims.
  3. Go to the right panel and choose one of the blog templates as page template under the tab "Page Attributes". Without this setting, your blog page will not work correctly!
  4. Choose the previous created blog categories to show on this blog page at the "Blog Options" meta box. All posts from this choosen categories will be shown on this page.
  5. Click on the Update/Publish button on the right top to save your page and make it visible on the front.

Allways have in mind that while you are publishing your Blog-Posts, you should select category for the Blog. Otherwise your Blog-Post is not shown in your Blog.

III. Adding a Blog Post

Adding a Blog post is nearly the same, as posting an image. The only thing is, that we do this at another place.

  1. Go to Posts Tab in the Wordpress Admin Navigation
  2. If you have a clean installations of wordpress, there is a autogenerated post called "Hello World". Delete this one.
  3. Click on Add new
  4. Enter your title, description and a small excerpt for your Blog post.
  5. Choose the Blog Category and add a Featured Image like we did before at "Adding Photos to your Gallery".
  6. Save your Blog Post.

Your blog post will be displayed in the blog category on your page.

5. Theme Features

I. Contact Us page

Invictus brings you a "Ready to use" contact page Template. You only have to create the Page with the Contact Template and setup some Options.

  1. Search for "Add New" under the Pages tab.
  2. Add a new page with the title "Contact us".
  3. Go to the right panel and choose the "Contact Template" as page template under the tab "Page Attributes". Without this setting, your Contact page will not work correctly!
  4. Add some text to your page, if you want. It will be displayed over the contact form and will have no influence to the form.
  5. Click on the Update/Publish button on the right top to save your page and make it visible on the front.
  6. Go to the Options Panel of your Invictus Settings Menu in the left Wordpress navigation. Look for the Contact Us tab and enter your email-adress in the "Contact form email" field. This is the email adress, where contact request will be send to. Fill out all other Information you need. If you leave one Information blank, it will not be displayed on your Contact Page.

After that, your Contact Form is ready to use.

II. Change Color Scheme

You can choose between two different Color Schemes, Black and White.

  1. Go to Invictus Settings Menu, click on the Colors tab.
  2. Choose the "White Theme" or "Black Theme".
  3. Save your work

Thats it, your Theme is now available in the choosen color.

If you want to show your own logo on your Website and your WordPress admin login follow the steps below:

3.1. Custom logo
  1. Go to your Invictus Settings Menu and select the General Tab
  2. Search for the option Custom Logo.
  3. Upload your own Logo with a maximum width of 235px
3.2. Custom login logo
  1. Go to your Invictus Settings Menu and select the General Tab
  2. Search for the option Use custom login logo.
  3. Switch the option to "On"
  4. Create your own logo with the dimensions 326x67px, name it wp-login-logo.png and upload the new logo to the folder "/invictus/images/". Overwrite the existing file.

Thats it, your done. Your Invictus Theme has now your brand.

IV. Change the Colors of your Theme

You can control nearly every color of your Invictus Theme. Everything is changed on your Invictus Theme Options Panel.

  1. Go to your Invictus Settings Menu and select the Colors Tab
  2. Add the colors of your choice to the Main Elements like Pulldowns, Borders etc.
  3. Choose a link color
  4. Setup the colors of your Headlines
  5. Save your Work.

Now your theme is in the colors you choose.

V. Social Icons Management

You can set up your social icons on the footer easily.

  1. Go to Invictus Settings Menu, click on the "Social Management" tab.
  2. Choose the social networks you want to display.
  3. Enter the URL of the choosen networks and save your work.
  4. Your social icons will be displayed in the footer section.

Please note: Only icons with a link will be displayed! If the link is not set, the icon is invisible!

If you want to add your own custom social icons, you can use the Plugin "Social Bartender". This Plugin allows you to add new Social Icons to your theme. This Plugin will disable the display of the themes social icons.

VI. Font Settings

Invictus brings you a wide range of fonts to use in your Theme. All Google Font API Fonts are ready to choose. You can setup a main font style and a font style for your headlines.

  1. Go to Invictus Settings Menu, click on the "Fonts" tab.
  2. Choose the font for your main Body Font Style
  3. Choose the font for your Headlines
  4. Set the font sizes of your headlines or the main body or leave them as they are (recommend)
  5. Save your work!

The Theme shows now your selected font on your page.

You can add your own custom login logo for your WordPress admin section. This logo will be shown when you login to your WordPress admin above your login form.

  1. Create your own admin logo in PNG format with the dimensions 326x67px and save it as "wp-login-logo.png".
  2. Upload this image to the folder /themes/invictus/images/

You image will be shown as your custom login logo after reload. If the standard WP-Login logo is shown, please clear your cache.

8. Widgets

Invictus comes with some custom widgets for different uses - they can be found under Appearance > Widgets.

I. Custom Recent Tweets Widget

This widget shows your latest Tweets on the Homepage or in any other widgetised area.

II. Custom Recent Photo Posts

This widget allows you to show your latest Photo Posts.

III. Custom Taxonomy Terms

This widget shows Terms by Taxonomies. You can select the Taxonomy, change the sort order and the display type.

IV. Custom Flickr Stream

This widget shows your latest Flickr Stream. You can select the Number of Photos, change the sort order, change the type and add a custom Title.

IV. Custom Video

This widget shows a Video for example from YouTube or Vimeo. You can add the embed code, a short description and a custom Title.

7. Theme Files

I. JavaScript

This theme imports few Javascript files.

  1. jQuery library and jQuery UI - jQuery is a Javascript library that greatly reduces the amount of code that you must write.
  2. SuperFish for creating the Drop-Down Menu
  3. My custom scripts (js/custom.js, js/custom-quicksand.js, custom-scroller.js and custom-superbgimage.js )
  4. Few JS-plugins for smooth animations and functionality
  5. Most of the animation in this site is carried out from the customs scripts.

In addition to the custom scripts, I implement a few "tried and true" plugins to create the effects. Most plugins are packed, so you won't need to manually edit anything in the files.

You do not need to change any of this files or call them directly. Needed changes can be made in the integrated Wordpress Invictus Settings Menu. Changing these files on your own risk.

For detailed information to some of the scripts feel free to ask me via my user page contact form here.

II. PSD Files

There are two full layered PSD Files in your downloaded zip archive. One PSD is for your Black Theme and one for your White Theme. No Images from the Preview are included in this PSD Files!

III. CSS Files and Structure

I'm using different CSS files in this theme. Few of them are needed for some JS-Styles. So do not change them whitout knowing what to do. There are also some CSS files to fix IE bugs.

The most important one is main layout CSS file with all major styles, like positioning, width and alignments. It is called style.css and is located in the main theme folder. Any major changes of layout should be done here.

Color changes for your Black or White Theme can be made in your-theme-directory/css/black.css and your-theme-directory/css/white.css.

Here is a short overview for the main style.css file:

If you would like to edit a specific section of the site, simply find the appropriate label in the CSS file, and then scroll down until you find the appropriate style that needs to be edited.

9. Sources and Credits

I've used the following images, icons, javascript plugins or other files as listed.

10. Conclusion

Once again, thank you so much for purchasing this theme. As I said at the beginning, I'd be glad to help you if you have any questions relating to this theme. No guarantees, but I'll do my best to assist. If you have a more general question relating to the themes on ThemeForest, you might consider visiting the forums and asking your question in the "Item Discussion" section.

Alle Images used in the Online-Preview are not included in this Theme or the PSD Files!

Follow me on Themeforest!

Cheers, Dennis Osterkamp aka "doitmax"

11. Dummy XML Date

You can download and import a dummy XML data set to easy start building your content. The data is the same as the Invictus online preview

» Download Dummy XML Data «

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Patch notes for Update 2.2 - 13/12/2011

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Patch notes for Update 2.1.7 - 11/16/2011

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