Hannover is ideal for photographers. You can show all gallery and image posts on one portfolio page or only posts from one category. Besides that, you can create category pages to show only a part of your portfolio and an archive function is integrated, too. You can select from two page templates for your front page and display a random image from a gallery or display the gallery as a slider. Furthermore, you can display all galleries on your page as a slider instead of showing the images singly.
- Responsive design
- Page templates
- Widget areas
Because of its responsive design, Hannover is displayed well on a broad range of devices — from PC to smartphone.
Hannover comes with different page templates. One template allows you to display all posts with the post format gallery or image — you can also limit it to posts from one category. Furthermore, you can use the template Portfolio category page to display portfolio elements from one category, choosable in the customizer.
With the Portfolio archive page template you can create a page which shows archived portfolio elements. These elements are marked as archived with a category.
Furthermore, there is a page template for displaying a page without a sidebar. Meant for the home page are two templates, which let you display a gallery as a slider or a random image from the gallery.
Besides the main menu in the header, there is one menu area in the footer. With the menu position social menu you can display links to your social media channels in the footer.
Hannover brings a normal sidebar which is displayed in the blog, single posts, and pages. It is not displayed on a portfolio element’s single view and on the portfolio page templates.
Hannover comes with a few customizer options. You can adjust the number of posts per page for the portfolio, archive, and portfolio category page template. Furthermore, you can enable an alternative layout for each of these templates.
You can also control if and which category should be used for portfolio elements, if you need an archive and which category to use for archive elements. Moreover, you can exclude portfolio elements from the blog. Besides that, you can exclude the archive category from the category widget.
The slider options let you enable autoplay and set a pause time. Furthermore, you can tick the option to display all galleries on the website as sliders.
Hannover is translation ready and currently available in English and German. If you want to translate it to another language, you can do it on translate.wordpress.org.
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