Frequently asked questions
Browser compatibility depends on what Semantic UI supports, which is currently the following:
Although some components will work in IE9, grids and other flexbox components are not supported by IE9 and may not appear correctly.
Yes and it is recommended to be used instead of the main theme. Read: Using Chap child.
If you’re comfortable with PHP you can create your own custom template files, override the theme core functions to suit your needs and take advantage of the available filters and actions.
Yes, Chap theme includes support for Gutenberg editor as well as custom blocks allowing to create Semantic UI elements, use content presets and more.
Yes, Chap theme predates Gutenberg editor and was originally created to be used with the classic editor. Everything you can do with blocks in the Gutenberg editor can be done by using shortcodes in the Classic editor.
Yes, Chap will work on desktop computers, tablets and mobiles.
Yes, it is possible to enable a sticky menu in this theme. It will be a copy of the main menu and will appear once the user has scrolled below the masthead.
Yes, you are able to add custom slides to any page or post using Swiper slider, integrated into this theme.
If you prefer to use Slider Revolution, then that works as well, how ever it is not bundled with this theme, so you would need your own license.
Yes, version 1.12 added Animate on Scroll library integration.
No, the custom made shortcodes and blocks that come with Chap are able to accomplish any sort of page content design as well as provide stylistically fitting UI elements.
Chap includes intuitive shortcodes for anything you may wish to add on your pages.
Yes, you can choose your own brand colors, as well as customize 13 other basic colors used throughout Semantic UI components.
Yes, you can choose from Google WebFonts and classic Web Safe Fonts. You can use a separate font family for page headers.
Yes, you can increase or decrease the website’s width as well as use a boxed layout.
What this theme includes to mitigate this:
The custom built shortcodes and blocks that come with Chap are able to accomplish any sort of content design as well as provide stylistically fitting UI elements.