Nirvana makes things easier than ever before. No coding and no extra CSS styling needed. With a simple user interface of over 200 settings you can change anything:
every color, every line of text and every design element is editable with a simple mouse click from the Theme Settings.
This slider alone has over 20 options for you to customize it with: size, borders, animations, navigation types and individual slides are all editable via the Theme Settings.
The columns, as well as everything else on this Presentation page are also fully customizable.
With over 50 color settings you can change the color of virtually anything in your site without writing a single line of code. Enable, configure or disable important site elements
like pagination, breadcrumbs, top bar, menus, post metas, back to top button and much more.
Advanced typography settings, great control over post excerpts and featured images, magazine and blog layouts, social media settings and custom CSS and JS fields complete
the Nirvana line-up. But there's much much more!
The presentation page also comes equipped with 3 text areas and an infinite number of columns. The text areas are positioned above and below the columns and blog posts.
They support HTML tags (including images) and [shortcodes] so you can turn the Presentation Page into your personal playground.
Just like everything else on the Presentation Page you can choose whether to use these text areas or not. You can edit them from
Theme Settings » Presentation Page Settings » Text Areas.
You can also choose to show your latest posts on the Presentation page. From the theme settings you can select how many posts to show and more will be loaded via an Ajax button.
Even if you can show your latest posts on the Presentation Page, you can also use the Blog Page Template to designate another page as your primary blog posts page.
While creating a new page or editing an existing one choose Blog Template as the page template and save.
For more information read all the help sections from the Theme Settings.
Being Papa at the farm, I do love to see the coming of spring when everything begins to wake up after a long winters sleep. Wasn’t a hard winter, thank the Lord, it was and is very beautiful. I also appreciate the quiet mornings when the forest and the fields…
Laurie and I have been talking about what to sell at the farmers market next year. It can be bit of a challenge for market gardeners who can’t afford a hoop house or green house large enough for starting early season seedlings and… that’s us, having to wait to get…
It’s great to come to an end of a season. It means you can look forward to new and exciting ideas, adventures and the possibility of seeing your dreams come to life. It also provides a time where you can breath a bit, take a few moments to reflect and learn…
“The fairies, as their custom, clapped their hands with delight over their cleverness, and they were so madly in love with the little house that they could not bear to think they had finished it.” ― J.M. Barrie, Peter Pan in Kensington Gardens
To be honest, that’s how we all feel around here on the farm. I would like say that we all lent a hand to build this house for our hens, but I would be exaggerating.
Chad’s dad who is a Jack of all trades and master of most, compared to me anyway, built this movable hen house from materials found around the farm.
So easy to move around the pastures by hand, tractor, skid steer, 4 wheeler, or whatever happens to be available at the moment.
We do love our hens. They give us eggs, manure, meat, and just all around good feelings. It’s awesome to see Jack and Gus doing there chores of collecting eggs and feeding as well as watering.
Yes we do love our chickens… and if the Hen Harem proves one thing, it might be we love them too much.
Good night Irene Good night… La Da dee Da de Da.!!
Well I don’t really call our pigs Irene. It’s something more like Breakfast, Lunch, Dinner, Hammy, Bacon… you get the point
But it’s a kind way to say goodbye to those little porkers and hello to full freezers and happy customers.
It was a good year for our piggies. We would’ve loved to see them a little fatter. Next year we’ll tweak our feeding program and update our breed stock.
The important thing on a farm is not to be afraid to try new ideas. You never know what will work best until you figure it out for yourself.
It’s like life. You can follow other peoples ideas for your life or you can just do it yourself. You’ll always be happier when you discover who you really are and how you should live. Not how another person, family or friend, thinks you should live.
Well I made some buns for our pulled pork for our
1st annual Harvest Party. We’re roastinga pig in a pit thanks to Chads dad and Bob his friend.
We’ll have some family and friends out and celebrate ourFarm to Table under the stars right in our very own fruit orchard; one of my favorite places on the farm.
Yes Irene it will be a good night.
There will be more!
Nirvana and its huge array of tools are waiting for your carefully crafted content. It will embrace and enhance it while also giving it room to breathe and grow.
Can you imagine a better home for your deepest thoughts, your greatest ideas, your best travel photos and anything else you want to share with the world?
With Nirvana, the world will never know what hit it ;)
So bring out your diamond in the rough and let Nirvana find its luster.