Landing Page V2

1To create a landing page with Solopreneur navigate to PagesAdd New from the WordPress dashboard.

2In the sidebar of the Add New Page screen, you’ll find the Page Attributes widget.

3Click on the drop-down menu under the Template section and select Landing Page v2.

Landing Page 2 Preview

Customizing Landing Page 2

To start customizing the Landing Page 2 template, scroll down to the landing page widgets on the Add New Page section.

Header Style

You can choose to hide the full header and display only the logo/title by ticking the box in the Landing Page – Header Style box.

Hero Section

The Landing Page – Form Hero Section allows users to add:

  • Featured Image.
  • Background Image.
  • Title.
  • Content.

Once you’ve added all of this, your site’s landing page should look something like this:

Logos Section

The Landing Page – Logos Section allows users to add logos of brands that their work may have appeared on. A popular example of this is an As Seen On section.

  1. Add a title for the logos section.
  2. Add the logos of the companies you’d like to have displayed. You can add up to four logos.

Featured Content Section

The Landing Page – Featured Content Section allows users to display their site’s featured content with:

  • Title.
  • Image.
  • Brief Description.
  • Link Text.
  • Link URL.

Users can add up to three features on their website. Once you’re done filling out the details, it’ll look something like this:

Testimonial Section

Users can upload testimonials of their work, products, or services through the Landing Page -Testimonial Section. To start things off, choose how many testimonials you’d like to have displayed by selecting its count from the Testimonial Count drop-down menu.

Once you’re done adding the details, it should look something like this:

Recent Posts Section

The recent posts section allows users to add recent posts to their landing page to captivate the readers’ attention.

  1. Head over to the Landing Page – Recent Posts Section and give your recent posts a title.
  2. Select how many recent posts you’d like to have displayed.

Once you’re done adding the details, it should look something like this:

Button Section

At the end of the landing page, you can add another button if you’d like.

  1. If you’d like to enable this option then scroll down to the Landing Page – Button Section.
  2. Give your button a name.
  3. Assign the URL that the button should re-direct the user to.
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