Designed by Kenny Sing as one of Elegant Theme’s Divi 2.4 demo sites, Case Study has been reverse engineered, expanded and built ground-up into a fully functional Divi child theme. Perfect for small businesses, agencies, and creatives, Case Study is built to include two great project display sections for showcasing various portfolio pieces.
- What are the child theme server requirements?
- What is demo data and how it works?
- Where to find help?
- What is a child theme and why should I use one?
- What is the difference between Divi Space's premium child themes and a standard (blank) child theme?
- What do I get when I buy a child theme?
- How do I choose the right child theme for my website?
- Do your child themes only work for one industry?
- I don’t know how to code. Will I be able to customize my child theme?
- I’m looking for a standard, blank Divi child theme. How can I make one of those?
- What about support, licensing, and updates?
- Are child themes included in your membership?
Whenever you update child theme, all of the files are updated so if you have made any changes to these files, those changes will be erased. We don't recommend making any changes to the child theme files.
Before you can install and use our child theme, you need to ensure that you have the proper environment setup. The requirements are provided here
Please upload the Case Study Child Theme to you your self-hosted WordPress website. Make sure the Divi theme is already installed and activated.
After you have activated the Child theme, click on the 'Case Study' menu item on your left Admin panel and register your license key in the input field provided in the dialogue box that pops up; then click 'Continue'.
Once the theme is installed on your site, the system will suggest you install & activate Plugins. Please click the Plugin Names or Begin Installing Plugins link on the dashboard screen and start the process. This function is, however, optional.
From the WordPress Dashboard, go to the newly added ‘Case Study’ tab on the left admin panel. Under the ‘Case Study’ menu, please click on ‘Import Demo Data’ only once. Please be patient while the demo data of the Case Study Child Theme is imported into your site.
Move to the settings area in your left Admin panel. Click ‘ Reading’, under ‘Front page displays’ select ‘A static page’ and for the Frontpage drop-down menu select ‘Our Company’, leave Posts page as is, do not select anything.
Move back to the ‘ Appearance’ tab in your left Admin Panel and select ‘Menus’. You should see a pre-built menu there named ‘Primary Menu’. Tick on the checkbox at the bottom of that menu that reads ‘Primary Menu’. Hit the ‘Save Menu’ button.
We have added some exciting and powerful new features to our child themes and are very excited about them. These new features, located under the “Case Studies” tab of the child theme include: The Aspen Footer Editor The Login Page Customizer The Custom 404 Page Feature
Aspen Footer Editor is an ultra-lightweight, yet powerful tool that allows you to easily edit your Divi or Extra website’s footer information (copyright). With this feature, you can add custom footer text and change the color, size, hyperlink, and even add images & videos! The best part? All of this is done within a simple to use WYSIWYG editor just as if you were editing a post or page. Once you have installed the Case Studies Child Theme, you will see a new tab titled ‘Case Studies’ in your WordPress admin menu (left sidebar). From there select ‘Divi Footer Editor’ and you will be taken to this feature’s dashboard. Once inside the Aspen Footer Editor’s dashboard, you will be greeted with a familiar sight: the standard WordPress page/post/WYSIWYG editor. Within this editor, you can add and style text, insert hyperlinks, add dynamic dates with the included shortcodes, and even insert photos/embed videos. Once you are finished styling your footer, simply click ‘save’ and you’re all done
The Login Page Customizer allows you to completely customize the standard WordPress Login screen with your company’s or client’s branding. You can upload your logo, set a custom background image or color, change the color of the links and more.
Once the Case Study Child Theme is installed, navigate to ‘Case Study’ >> Login Customizer >> and then select ‘Login Customizer’ at the bottom of the customizer menu.
You will be given the following customization options:
- Background Image: You can set a background image just like the example shown above. Upload a big image ( preferably 1920px x 1080px) to your site using Media upload button. Copy the image URL and paste it in the BACKGROUND IMAGE field. Empty the field and then place the URL. You can also use an external image URL for this.
- Login Form Alignment: The default login form position for WordPress is centered. You can align this to the right, left or keep it centered.
- LOGIN LOGO (IN PLACE OF WP LOGO): Place your logo image ( preferable dimension 84px x 84px) URL in this field. The current WordPress logo will be replaced with yours. The login link will be site homepage instead of wordpress.org
- BACKGROUND COLOR: You can also choose to use a solid background color. Please empty the background image URL field ( if already placed) and choose any color from the color picker. The default color is set to transparent, so be sure to slide the transparency bar up to adjust or the color will not display.
- LINKS COLOR: You can customize the color of the links on this login form. Choose any color from the color picker.
- FORM BACKGROUND COLOR: Customize the background color of the form using the color picker.
- BACKGROUND IMAGE TINT: If you add a background image and need to standout your login form, you can add tint to that image. Use the color picker and choose anything. Use the opacity option to make it a tint.
- SUBMIT BUTTON COLOR: Yup, you guessed it! You can also customize the background color of the submit button using the color picker.
The 404 Page Template allows you to assign a custom 404 page from any Divi or Extra page that you have created. If you are not familiar with what a 404 page is, it is the page that displays when no such page on your website exists. Let’s say a person is visiting a certain page of your website, and they have a typo, or you have deleted that particular page. A 404 page will let the visitor know that the page no longer exists and will redirect them to the desired area of your website (home, contact, etc.)
- Build your 404 Page: Here is the fun part… designing the 404-page. The beautiful part of this is that you can do it using the Divi Builder just as if you were building any other page. Take advantage of the Divi Builder modules and create your 404-page.
- Assign Your 404 Page: After you are finished designing, publish the page and navigate from your dashboard to ‘Interior’ >> ‘404 Template’. On the 404 Page dashboard, select your desired 404-page from the dropdown list, and click ‘Save Changes’. You can now test and view your 404 Page, but make sure you are logged out of your WordPress account when doing so.
If you feel you need to give your website a completely professional finish, or you simply don’t have time to do it yourself, contact us at divi.space or send us an email to firstname.lastname@example.org, to get our current rates. If you like our products and would like to purchase similar child themes, please visit https://divi.space/shop