Product: Extension Modules


xscape_side_scroller_displayed File name: extend/side_scroller/side_scroller.php Parameters: $is_on: should the scroller be displayed With this you can modify the visibility of the scroller on any page. By default it will get value based on settings. Return true/or false to this hook to display/hide the scroller. Example: [php]add_filter(‘xscape_side_scroller_displayed’, ‘my_scroller_visbility’); function┬ámy_scroller_visbility($is_on) { // modify $is_on using any conditionals combination […]

Extend Module: Side Scroller

Side Scroller is powerful and easy to use and customize module that will add floating element to the left or right side of the main content and display social networks sharing buttons and other useful elements. Block allows customization for position and size of the scroller.

Extend Module: Google Web Fonts

Google Web Fonts are supported by all modern browsers and allow you to use non standard fonts on your website. Fonts are loaded from Google servers, and xScape Theme Framework has support for them built in allowing you to change fonts for any CSS selector.

Extend Module: gMap This

gMap This is easy to use module within the xScape Theme Framework that you can use to add Google Maps to your posts. You can set various parameters including adding marker with a note to mark the location you are posting about or you have traveled to.

Extend Module: Share This

Share This is the second module within the xScape Theme Framework. This module adds icons with link to popular social networks website to allow your users and visitors to directly share the post on their favorite network, send to email, print or add to favorites.

Extend Module: Contactable

xScape Theme Framework supports modules. First such module is called Contactable, and is used to add contact form to all pages of the blog. Module supports many options and this tutorial explains how to use it all and how to customize the content and behavior of the form.

Introducing Extend Modules

xScape modules are similar to WordPress plugins, but they share big code base with the framework, and they need less resources than normal plugins. This is introduction to the modules system, and tutorials on specific modules will be published later.