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Free Download Neve WordPress Theme for Business Website

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Neve is a super-fast, easily customizable, multi-purpose theme. It’s perfect for blogs, small businesses, startups, agencies, firms, e-commerce shops (WooCommerce) as well as personal portfolio sites and most types of projects.

Compatibilities

While it is lightweight and has a minimalist design, the theme is extendable, it has a highly SEO optimized code, resulting in top rankings in Google search results. Neve works perfectly with:

Neve is also WooCommerce, responsive, RTL & translation, and AMP ready.

Look no further. Neve is the perfect theme for you!

📩 Download and Install Neve 

To download and install Neve, make sure you follow the steps below:

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Navigate to Neve’s page and click on the Free Download button.

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Once you clicked the button, you have two options:

  • Enter youremail address in the pop-up window and click on Subscribe and download.
  • Just click on Thanks, I want to just download the zip ( the email address is not required ).

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You’ll be redirected to a confirmation page, while the zip file ( neve.zip) for Neve will be automatically downloaded to your computer.

 

📝 Note: If you are using Safari on your Mac, there is a small chance you have a setting that automatically unzips any .zip file. If that’s happening for you, make sure to turn that off.

From this moment, you have to install the theme by following the steps presented in this doc.

📝 Note: These instructions are just for Neve. To install purchased Neve Pro, make sure you follow these instructions.

⚙️ Neve Options

Here you will find all the necessary  information about Neve. From the documentation, Starter Sites, useful Plugins recommendations, the Help page, Changelog, and even the transition to Neve PRO, this is the place to go.

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Navigate to Dashboard > Appearance.

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Click on Neve Options and start exploring the page.

📝 Note: You can check this doc to learn more about the Starter Sites Library.

🖌 Customizer Options

As all the content part of your site is customizable using page builders or the WordPress editor as mentioned above, everything else can be customized from a single place in Neve, which is the Customizer.

  • Navigate to DashboardAppearance > Customize where you will find options for:

A

 Layout

Neve offers multiple customizations options for the layout. There are two ways to access the layout customizations that will be applied across the site:

  •  Appearance > Customize > Layout > Container 

In this menu are available settings regarding container width (in PX), along with a reset button ( Desktop | Tablet | Mobile ), and the style of other sections like the Default Container, the Blog / Archive Container, or Single Post Container, all with the options Contained / Full Width.

  • Appearance > Customize > Layout > Content/Sidebar

In this menu are available settings regarding the sidebar ( full width / left / right ), or the content width, along with a reset button, which can be added in percentages, and it will automatically control the width of the sidebar (if there is one). These are available for any page of the site if you choose to enable the Advanced Options.

Another thing available within the Neve theme is that you have individual posts options for the layout:

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Navigate  to Dashboard > Posts.

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Choose one post > and click on Edit.

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Click on  the Neve icon and a new menu will slide into the page, with the options for layout.

📝 Note: For further information about individual options, check this doc.

Read more about the Single Post

B

 Header

Neve comes with a new versatile builder for the header areas of your site. With just a few clicks you can create your perfect header.

The header builder has  three rows ( Top | Main | Bottom ) in which you can easily select and arrange the available components you can find while hovering over each division of the rows. You can also edit the sidebar for the mobile resolution, by clicking on the Mobile Sidebar component, below the Headers.

  •    Appearance > Customize > Header

In this menu are available  settings regarding header components( Desktop | Mobile ), and the layout and style of header’s rows.

There is a  couple of presets from which you can choose and will make your job easier. For this, you have to navigate to Header > Header Presets.

Components can be added to the rows in two ways:

  • drag & drop them from the left sidebar.
  • directly from the header rows, by clicking on the ➕ button.

📝  Note: In addition to our latest release, it is not possible to resize the components anymore.

For more details about the header components and how to edit them, check the following docs:

The Primary Menu component
The Secondary Menu Component
Logo & Site Identity
Menu Icon
HTML Component
Search Icon
Search Form
Button
Palette Switch

There are some settings available for each row that you can access in two ways:

  • select from the left-side menu the desired row ( Top / Main / Bottom)
  • directly from the top of the row, by clicking on the ⚙️ icon.

Either of the ways generates the same result – a window from which you can modify the  layout  (Full Width – Contained / Full Width / Contained ) or the style ( Row height / Text color/ Row Background ).

📝  Note: All these settings are available also on the Moblie version. For this, click on the 📱 (Mobile) icon.

📝  Note: For more information about Neve’s header and how to get started with it, check this documentation.

C

 Footer

Neve comes with a versatile builder for the  footer area of your site. With just a few clicks you can create the desired layout.

The footer builder has three rows ( Top | Main | Bottom ) in which you can easily select and arrange the available components you can find while hovering over each division of the rows.

  •  Appearance > Customize > Footer

In this menu are available settings regarding the footer components( Desktop | Mobile ), and the layout and style of the footer’s rows.

Components can be added similar to the header’s components:

  • drag & drop them from the left sidebar.
  • directly from the footer rows, by clicking on the ➕ button.

For more  details about the footer components and how to edit them, check the following docs:

The Footer Menu
The Widget Component  ( Footer One, Footer Two, Footer Three, Footer Four)

There are some  settings available for each row that you can access in two ways:

  • select from the left-side menu the desired row ( Top / Main / Bottom)
  • directly from the top of the row, by clicking on the ⚙️ icon.

By following any of the ways, you will be able to explore the options of the layout (Full Width – Contained / Full Width / Contained, Number of columns – 1 to 5, and their layout too – 5 presets) or of the style ( Row height / Text color/ Row Background ).

📝  Note: For more information about Neve’s footer and how to get started with it, check this documentation.

D

 Blog/ Archive

Neve comes with a wide palette of options for the blog and posts archive pages.

  • Appearance > Customize > Layout > Blog / Archive

In this menu are available settings regarding the blog layout, elements ordering, custom metadata, and three styles for the Read More button ( Desktop | Tablet | Mobile ).

The options are organized in four areas:

  • Blog Layout – it has three layouts available, each of them with personalized options:
    • List – shows the posts one below each other, with the possibility to have alternative images, by enabling the Alternating Layout.
    • Covers –  places the whole content above the post featured image. We recommend using this layout when all the blog posts have a featured image set.
      • Columns – sets the number of columns in which the posts will be displayed ( from 1 to 4).
      • Text color – modifies the color of the text. You can choose one of the global colors ( theme’s default colors ), by clicking on the 🌐 button.
      • Enable masonry – make the posts on the next row to start where empty space is available instead of aligning the posts on each row.
    • Grid –  is very similar to the above one (Covers) in terms of options, just that content is below the featured image.
      • Columns – sets the number of columns in which the posts will be displayed ( from 1 to 4).
      • Enable masonry – make the posts on the next row to start where empty space is available instead of aligning the posts on each row.
  • Ordering and content – focused on customizing how the posts listed on the blog looks like, and on which criteria are they shown, has seven options:
    • Post Pagination – Number/ Infinite Scroll.
    • Post Content Orderchanges the order of the elements from the article, with a drag-and-drop movement.
      • Visibility – you can turn on / off the visibility of the elements, by clicking the 👁️ button.
    • Excerpt Length trims the content of the summary. If you want to undo the changes, there is a reset button at the end of the row.
    • Thumbnail Shadow – adds a shadow beside the featured image.
  • Post Meta – are about displaying the desired items and changing their order and it has four options:
    • Meta Order – allows the user to change the order of the title and details, with a drag-and-drop movement.
      • Visibility – you can turn on / off the visibility of the meta, by clicking the 👁️ button.
    • Separator – gives the user the possibility to add the desired separator (a character that separates the author, date, category).
    • Show Author Avatar – adds next to the author’s name the avatar.
      • Avatar Size – helps to set the perfect dimension for the avatar ( in PX ), along with a reset button (Desktop | Tablet | Mobile).
    • Use last updated date instead of the published one – allows the user to provide the last update’s date.

Read more about the Blog Page

E

 Colors & Background

Colors play an extremely significant role in website design. Using the new Global Colors option in Neve, you can easily create a beautifully unified color palette on your site.

  • Appearance > Customize > Colors & Background

In this menu are available settings regarding the Global Colors ( Base / Dark Mode) with the possibility to add a Custom Pallete, and the Palette Colors, with the possibility to come back, by clicking on Reset all to default (↺).

These options  apply generally across the site unless more specific options are selected for some elements.

📝  Note: If some of the options don’t apply on a page, make sure that page is not created using Elementor or any other page builder. If that’s the case, you’ll need to customize the page using the page builder.

📝  Note: For more information about Global Colors in Neve and some advice, check this documentation.

F

 Typography

This section covers how fonts work in Neve and where to change them, the font family, font size, as well as other typography options.

  •  Appearance > Customize > Typography

The typography options are categorized as follows:

  • General – The options found here are as the name suggests, general. This means that it will apply to all texts of the site unless that text is a heading ( H1 – H6 ).
  • Headings – Options dedicated to headings.
  • Blog – Dedicated settings for the blog/archive page and the single post layout.

The typography options include text-transform ( normal, camelcase, lowercase, uppercase ), font-weight, font size, line-height, and letter spacing, and also a Fallback Font, with Font Family.

The  font family is a global setting available in the General panel.

📝  Note: For more information about Neve Typography check this documentation.

G

 Buttons

To customize the appearance of the buttons you can see the Buttons panel inside Customizer.

  •  Appearance > Customize >Buttons

The Buttons panel is formed by three sections:

  • General – In this menu are available settings regarding padding (in PX), along with a reset and a link button ( Desktop | Tablet | Mobile ), and the Button text, which consists of typography options available for the buttons:
    • Transform ( Capitalize / Uppercase / Lowercase)
    • Weight ( 100 : 900 )
    • Font Size and Letter Spacing (in PX), and Line Height (in PX and EM), along with a reset ( Desktop | Tablet | Mobile ).
  • Primary and Secondary Button – with two types of styles for the buttons: Filled and Outline.
    • The filled buttons – have a background color and a text color, available also for the hover moments.
    • The outline buttons – also have a background color and text color and hover options, but the difference consists of the fact that the text color will also apply to the border. This way, you can create a button with a white background and blue-colored text and border, for example, creating the illusion of transparent background for the button.

Apart from colors, there are also border-radius controls ( with a link button, so that the value will be applied to all ) and border width ( only for the outline style ).

Some of the Primary buttons are: Add to cart, Update Cart and Proceed to Checkout, while Secondary buttons are View Cart, Post Comment, and Apply Coupon.

H

 Form Fields

There are options in the theme for styling forms, which can be added by using dedicated plugins, such as WPForms Lite, Contact Form 7, or page builders like Elementor.

  •  Appearance > Customize >Form Fields

📝 Note: Some of the plugins might have their own styling options that can override the theme settings.

This panel includes settings for four areas:

  • Form Fields – includes options for padding (in PX or EM) with a link button, spacing with a link button, background color with the possibility to choose from Neve’s global colors (🌐), border width, and radius (in PX or EM) with a link button and border color with the possibility to choose from Neve’s global colors (🌐).
  • Input Text – includes options for text color with the possibility to choose from Neve’s global colors (🌐), Transform ( none / capitalize / lowercase / uppercase ), Weight ( 100:900 ), as well as Font Size and Letter Spacing (in PX), and Line Height (in PX and EM), along with a reset ( Desktop | Tablet | Mobile ).
  • Form Labels includes the same options as Form Fields, except for the padding options, and works in the same way.
  • Button – in this area you can choose what style you want to approach for the button, whether is Primary or Secondary, with the possibility to customize the default button styles.

📝 Note: You can find more information about form fields by following this link.

I

 Menus

Some of Neve’s starter sites come with built-in one-page scroll navigation. In other words, by  clicking on an item in the menu navigation you will navigate to a specific section from that current page. This is done, by using the Menu Anchor widget from Elementor ( or similar widgets ) to add specific IDs to each section. To link to a section, you would need to link to that ID, like #about for example.

📝  Note: This approach works well for a single page. If you want to make sure the navigation will work the same way on other internal pages as well, make sure you use the full link of your site, on the menu, like for example.

  •  Appearance > Customize > Menus

The options available here are spread into two areas:

  • Menus – here will appear the primary and secondary menu, with the possibility to create a new one. Each of the panels (primary / secondary) contains settings like: Menu Name, the pages attached with the possibility to reorder or to add new ones. For each page can be created anchors, by clicking on the ⬇️ button and completing the fields. From here, you can also set in which location will be displayed the menu.
  • Menu Locations – the user can select which menu should appear in a certain location, with a constrain: a menu can be displayed in only three locations.

There is also a button that gives the possibility to  delete a menu.

📝 Note: Here is a useful doc about how to link menus to sections.

J

 Widgets

Widgets are blocks / sections sharing various information such as the latest posts, a calendar, a contact form, and so on, and those can be shared in the dedicated areas declared in the theme.

An example of such areas is:

  • the blog sidebar
  • the shop sidebar
  • the footer section(usually above the copyright information)
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