How do I install Lay Theme?
After you have purchased a license you will receive a download link and a license key. If you have not received a license key please write an email to email@example.com.
To install Lay Theme you need your own webspace that runs WordPress. Please head to Installation to find out more.
Does Lay Theme have all the features I need?
Please take a look at the Documentation where I explain every important Lay Theme feature.
Does it have blog/news posts functionality?
No. Not sure if I will ever support blog functionality.
Can Lay Theme do a “Masonry” layout?
Doing a clean stacked “Masonry” layout is not possible right now. I might add that as a future update.
Does Lay Theme support WooCommerce?
No. There are no plans for WooCommerce support for future updates.
Do you offer refunds?
This depends on the reason given. If you’d like a refund please write an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
I have another question.
Can I use third party WordPress plugins?
If these are plugins that are used through shortcodes, yes. Since Lay Theme 1.9.8 shortcodes work by adding them in the Gridder with “+More” → “+Shortcode”. Enclosing shortcodes will not work, like [restricted_content] “content“ [/restricted_content] where “content” is multiple elements in between two shortcode elements.
If you need a contact form I suggest you use the free and excellent plugin Ninja Forms.
I cannot guarantee that all third party plugins will work. If you would like to try if Lay Theme works with a certain plugin before you purchase Lay Theme please send me an email to email@example.com.
Can I modify Lay Theme’s code?
Does Lay Theme support Multilanguage?
No, but there are plans for multilanguage support in a future update.
Is there a standalone version of the Gridder?
I am currently working on a standalone version of the Gridder.
If you have some experience with programming WordPress websites you can write me an email to become a beta tester. Please provide some links to WordPress websites that you coded.