Create a new page from Pages > Add New. Give a title, like ‘Home’, add the elements and settings you wish and then publish it. Next, create another page with the title you want for your blog. You do not need any content for your main blog page. The next thing is to tell WordPress to use your pages appropriately. Go to Settings > Reading and set the ‘Front page displays’ to ‘A static page’. Set the home page you just created as the ‘Front page’, and the blog page you created as the ‘Posts page’ and save your changes.
Your Home and Blog pages are ready to go!
This is for sure the easiest and fastest way to update Crocal. The only thing you have to do is to activate the theme update and enter your Themeforest username and an API key (from Envato).
With Crocal you have the possibility to import any of the demos with just ONE click.
Before all else, you must setup a WordPress version on your server. After downloading the package, you will have “Crocal” folder and “fildisi.zip” file inside the Theme package. You can either choose to upload the Theme to your server via ftp (just upload the folder “Crocal” into the folder wp-content/themes) or via WordPress upload function (Appearance > Themes > Install Themes > Upload) using the “crocal.zip” file.
Crocal comes with four predefined menu positions, one positioned in the header area (Header Menu), two in the TopBar positions (left and right) and the other in the copyright area (Footer Menu).
With Crocal you can assign a different menu as your responsive menu under Appearance > Menus. Many users need fewer menu items on mobiles so this feature will be very helpful.
In case that you will not assign a separate responsive menu, you will get the default menu.
Additionally, Crocal offers the Anchor Menu per page option. Notice that, anchor menus are optimal for navigation within one page.
With Crocal, you can easily create a one-page site.