Nimva - Ultimate Multi-Purpose WP Theme

Thank you for purchasing Nimva theme. If you can't find answers to all your questions in this documentation, please send us your inquiries at support@rockythemes.com. Sincerely, RockyThemes.com - We Create RockSolid WordPress Themes

Nimva was created to run on the latest version of WordPress, at the time we wrote this documentation, WordPress 4.0 being the latest version of WordPress. We will continue to support upgraded versions of WordPress as much and as often as possible.
 
To download the latest version of WordPress please visit: http://www.wordpress.org
To install our Nimva theme you must have a working version of WordPress already installed. For information in regard to installing the WordPress platform, please see the WordPress Codex - http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress
 
After downloading the Nimva theme package you can start installing the theme to your wordpress website. Installing the theme can be done in two ways:
 
Method 1: Via FTP
Extract the content of the archive file you just downloaded and upload the extracted folder to /wp-content/themes/ folder on your server. After doing this you should have something similar to the following: /wp-content/themes/nimva/
 
After the upload has been been completed you need to activate the theme. To do that please go to your WordPress backend, login with your username and password and nagitate to: Appearance -> Themes. Nimva theme should be listed there. Click the Activate link and your new theme should be now activated.
 
Method 2: Using WordPress Admin Options

1. Installing Nimva Theme 

2. Importing Demo Content in Nimva Theme

3. Nimva Theme Options Preview

4. Creating MegaMenus in Nimva

5. Creating a post in Nimva

6. Creating a Portfolio Post in Nimva

7. Creating a Page in Nimva

8. Creating a Blog Page in Nimva

9. Creating the Contact Page in Nimva

10. Creating the Under Construction Page in Nimva

11. Creating the Recent Portfolio Page in Nimva

12. Using the Full WIdth Page Template in Nimva

13. Logo - Nimva Theme Options

14. General Settings - Nimva Theme Options

15. Top Bar - Nimva Theme Options

16. Header Settings - Nimva Theme Options

17. Social Media - Nimva Theme Options

18. Menu Options - Nimva Theme Options

19. Page Title & Breadcrumb - Nimva Theme Options

20. Footer Settings - Nimva Theme Options

21. Background - Nimva Theme Options

22. Typography - Nimva Theme Options

23. Color Scheme - Nimva Theme Options

24. Button - Nimva Theme Options

25. VC Elements - Nimva Theme Options

26. Blog Options - Nimva Theme Options

27. Portfolio Options - Nimva Theme Options

28. Contact Options - Nimva Theme Options

29. Using the Row Element in Nimva 

30. Using the Title Element in Nimva

31. Using the Text Block Element in Nimva

32. Using the Quote Box Element in Nimva

33. Using the Button Element in Nimva

34. Using the Call to Action Element in Nimva

35. Using the Separator Element in Nimva

36. Using the Pie Chart Element in Nimva

37. Using the Single Image Element in Nimva

38. Using the Image Gallery Element in Nimva

39. Using the Tabs Element in Nimva

40. Using the Tour Element in Nimva

41. Using the Toggle Element in Nimva

42. Using the Accordion Element in Nimva

43. Using the Posts Grid Element in Nimva

44. Using the Portfolio Element in Nimva

45. Using the Featured Services Element in Nimva

46. Using the Product Feature Element in Nimva

47. Using the FAQs Element in Nimva

48. Using the Googlem Maps Element in Nimva

49. Using the Social Links Element in Nimva

50. Using the Clients Element in Nimva

51. Using the Testimonials Element in Nimva

52. Using the Pricing Table Element in Nimva

53. Using the Employee Element in Nimva

54. Using the Progress Bar Element in Nimva

If you are migration from a theme which used the native featured images functionality of WordPress, please use Regenerate Thumbnails plugin to resize all the thumbnails.

The Nimva theme is packing the following plugins (free&premium):

After succesfully installing Nimva theme you will be prompted to install aditional plugins:

 

 

Click on Begin installing plugins link button.

In the new page select all the plugins, by checking the checkboxes on the left of each plugin.

In the top left dropdown box please select: Install and click the Apply button. 

 

 

If everything went well you should now see the confirmation screen like bellow. Your plugins have been succesfully installed:

 

 

Before running the demo data importing process we recommend to also install the WooCommerce plugin. Go to Plugins -> Add New and search for WooCommerce plugin. Install it and then proceed below!
 
To benefit from the latest demo data, please visit the following link and download the latest package: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/doc/nimva-demo-file.gz. Follow the steps bellow to install the demo data.
 
1.The link above will provide you with a gzip file: nimva-demo-file.gz
 
DO NOT UNZIP THE ARCHIVE FILE. USE IT AS IT IS!
 
2. Navigate to your Wordpress Admin Area -> Tools -> Import.
 
3. Select and install WordPress importer.
 
4. Select the XML file (from step 1) and upload it. It might take a few minutes to install and upload all content with images.
 
Make sure you also select the Download and import file attachements! 
 
5. Now navigate to WP Admin -> Appearance -> Menus page and select the newly created menu and assign it to "Main Navigation" location.
 
6. Next, navigate to WP Admin -> Settings -> Reading Settings and set a front page and a posts page.

The Nimva Theme Options allows you to customize the theme to the smallest details. From font family, font colors, logo, favicons, to buttons customization, visual elements customization, header layouts and more, everything you need can be found in this section.

Please take your time and experiment with these settings to create the best design for your wordpress site.

To access the Theme options go to your worpress dashboard -> Theme Options:

 

Logo Options

 

Text Logo Settings

Text Logo Settings and Tagline will only be displayed if there is no image logo is used.

 

Tagline options

 

General Settings

 

TRACKING CODE / HEADER CODE / BODY CODE

 

Top Bar Settings

Select Leave Empty for both: Header Top Bar Left Content and Header Top Bar Right Content and the Top Bar section will be disabled.

 

Top Bar Contact Info

 

Top To Call Button

 

Top Bar Colors

 

Header Settings

In the Header Settings area you can customize the entire look of the Header section. 

 

Header Layout

 

Header Design Options

 

Header V2/V3 Design Options

The following design options will only affect the Header Version 2 and Header Version 3.

 

Header Extra Options

 

Social Media

Header Top Bar Social Profiles

 

Social Media Profiles

 

Menu Options

 

Dropdown Menu

WooCommerce 

Menu Style - First Level

Menu Style - SubLevels and Megamenu

Megamenu

 

Page Title and Breadcrumb

 

 

Twitter Feed Bar

 

Call to Action Bar

 

Footer Colors and Background

 

Background Settings

 

Site Margins for Boxed Layout!

 

Image Background Options

 

Video Background Options

 

Typography Settings

Custom Font

Using a Custom Font will overide the google fonts and the standard fonts as well.


Google Font Options


Google Standard Fonts

If you don't want to use a custom font or any of the available Google Fonts, you can use the Standard Fonts


Font Sizes

 

Color Scheme Settings


Header Post Navigation

Image Overlay

This is the effect you can see when hovering your mouse over Blog Post Images and Portfolio Image. You can change the look of the Overlay effect using the following settings:


Search Engine Colors


Back to Top Button

 

Buttons

Use these settings to customize the buttons designes used for the Nimva theme.

WooCommerce Button

Nimva is packing 12 different button designs, which you can customize using the Theme Options.

The available button designs are:

Red Button

 

Dark Red Button

 

Blue Button

 

Orange Button

 

 

Turquise Button

 

Emerald Button

 

Amethyst Button

 

Wet Asphalt Button

 

Light Button

 

Dark Button

 

Transparent Light Button

 

Transparent Dark Button

 

VC Elements

Use the settings under VC elements to configure the default settings for the Visual Composer elements. Almost every Visual Composer element can have its own settings changed on each page where you want to use them but they also have some default settings which can be modified/set here.


Accordion Element

Use the settings bellow to customize the look of the accordion element.


Clients Element

Use the settings bellow to customize the look of the clients element.

 

Title element

 

Featured Services Element



Product Feature Element

All these options should be considered default options. When using the Product Feature Element in a page you can change all these settings for that element.

 

Pricing Table Element

 

Tabs Element

 

Tour Element


Call to Action Element

 

Testimonials Element

 

Toggle Element

 

Tooltip Element

 

Comments Options

 

Blog Options


Single Post Page

The following settings will only apply to the single post page.


Post Meta Settings

These settings affect both single post and archive pages.


Archive Page Settings

Use the settings bellow to customize the archive page.


Post Exceprt vs Post Content

Use the settings bellow to choose what type of content (excerpt or full content) to show on archive pages.


Blog Post Slideshow

Use the settings bellow to customize the animation of the blog post featured images.

 

Portfolio Settings
 


Single Portfolio Page

Use the settings bellow to customize the single portfolio page.


Portfolio Element and Portfolio Columns

The following settings affect the Portfolio Element of Visual Composer as well as the portfolio items that appear on pages using the following template: Portfolio Four Column, Portfolio Three Column, Portfolio Tow Column, Portfolio Hexagon Column, Portfolio Rounded Column


Rounded & Hexagonal Portfolio Settings

 

Portfolio Element of Visual Composer


WooCommerce Settings

Use the settings bellow to customize the functionality of your shop page.


 

 

Custom Css

 

Contact Options

 

Backup Options

You can use the two buttons - Backup Options and Restore Options - to backup your current options, and then restore it back at a later time. This is useful if you want to experiment on the options but would like to keep the old settings in case you need it back.

Nimva theme is packing a very powerful page builder plugin called: Visual Composer.

The plugin is integrated directly into the Nimva core files, so after activating the Nimva theme you will be able to take advantage of the powerful drag&drop page builder.

When you create a new page you will be able to enable the Visual Composer plugin in two ways:

After you enable the Visual Composer - backend or frontend - you will be able to start adding elements to your page.

All available elements can be seen below:
 


All elements that you add need to be placed inside a Row element - think of the Row element as a placeholder for the elements you want to use on a single row.
 

Each Row element can be divided into one or more columns. Rows can be divided into different layouts (eg. 1/2 + 1/2, 1/3 + 1/3 + 1/3, and so on). Your page can have unlimited number of rows. To change row's position, click and drag row's drag handler (top left row's corner) and drag row around (vertical axis).


Each Row element can be edited giving you an incrdible flexibility over the way you want your row the look like. 
 

Row Element

 

Title Element 

You can view the Title element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/title/

 

Text Block Element

Use the text block to add content (text, images, etc) to your site.

 

Quote Box Element

You can view the Quote Box element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/quote-box/

 

Button Element 

You can view the Buttons element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/buttons/

 

Call to Action element

You can see this element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/call-to-action/

 

Separator Element

You can view the Separator element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/separators/

 

Message Box Element

You can see the Message element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/messages/

 

Single Image Element 

You can see the Single Image element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/single-image/

 

You can see the Image Gallery element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/image-gallery/

 

Tabs Element 

To create a Tabs element click on Add Element and select the Tabs element.

You can edit the entire Tabs element by clicking on the Edit icon on the far right of the Tabs element.

A new pop-up window will be displayed, where you can set:

You can also edit each individual tab, by clicking on the Edit icon of the current tab - see image above.

A new pop-up window will be opened where you can set the following:

On each tab you can add text block elements and add conent to them. 

You can see the Tabs element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/tabs-tour/

 

Tour Section element

To create a Tabs element click on Add Element and select the Tour Section element. Tour Section and tabs element are almost identical. They have the same options so read the options on Tabs element to understand how to use them on the Tour Section as well.

You can view the Tour Section element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/tabs-tour/

 

Toggle element 

You can see the Toggle element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/accordion/

 

Accordion element

To add a new accordion element, click on Add Element and select Accordion element from the pop-up window

After selecting the Accordion element you will have two accordion sections, by default - Section 1 and Section 2. You can add as many accordion section as you want by clicking on: Add accordion section.

To edit a Section just click on the Edit button. A new pop-up window will appear:

You can add content to your Accordion sections by clicking the plus sign (+) in the center of each section.

You can see the Accordion element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/accordion/

 

Post Grid element

You can see the Posts Grid element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/posts-grid/

 

Portfolio element

You can see the Portfolio element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/portfolio/

 

You can see the Featured Services elemen in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/featured-services/

 

Product Feature element

You can see the Product Feature element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/product-feature/

 

FAQs element

Before using this element you need to create some FAQ items first. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> FAQs -> Add New Faq. After you add some FAQs items you can use the FAQs element to output these items on any page you create.

You can see the FAQs element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/faqs/

 

Video Player/Media element

You can see the Video Player element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/video-player-media/

 

Google Maps element

You can see the Google Maps element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/google-maps/

 

Raw Html element

The Raw Html element allows you to output raw html code to the page you create.

 

Raw JS element

The Raw JS element allows you to output raw JavaScript code to the page you create.

 

You can see the Social Links element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/social-links/

 

Clients element

Before using this element you need to create some Clients items first. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Clients -> Add Client. After you add some Clients items you can use the Clients element to output these items on any page you create.

You can see the Clients element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/clients/

 

Testimonials element

Before using this element you need to create some Testimonials items first. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Testimonials -> Add Testimonial. After you add some Testimonials items you can use the Testimonials element to output these items on any page you create.

You can see the Testimonials element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/testimonials/

 

Pricing Table element

Before using this element you need to create some Pricing items first. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Pricing Tables -> Add Pricing Item. After you add some Pricing items you can use the Pricing Tables element to output these items on any page you create.

You can see the Pricing Table element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/pricing-table/

 

Employee element

Before using this element you need to create some Employees items first. Go to your wordpress dashboard -> Employees -> Add New Member Item. After you add some Member items you can use the Employees element to output these items on any page you create.

You can see the Employees element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/employees/

 

Progress Bar element

You can see the Progress Bar element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/progress-bar/

 

Pie Chart element

You can see the Pie Chart element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/pie-chart/

 

Contact Form 7 element

Use this element to add perviously created contact form to any page you want. This element will only be available if you have the Contact Form 7 plugin active. 

You can view the Contact Form 7 element in action here:

http://rockythemes.com/nimva/contact-page/
http://rockythemes.com/nimva/contact-page-2/

 

Layer Slider element

You can easily add LayerSliders to any page you create using the LayerSlider element. You will have to first create some sliders by going to your wordpress dashboard -> LayerSlider WP -> All Sliders -> Add New. After you have at least one slider created you will be able to use the LayerSlider element.

You can view the Layer Slider element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/

 

Flickr Widget element

 

 

Creating a page or editing an existing page is very simple.
 
You can select a page template from the Right Sidebar -> Page Attributes box.
 
 
From the Template select box, please select the type of template you want to use:
  • Default Template - using this page template will output a default page
  • Blank - No Header, No Footer - using this template will output a page with no header and no footer. Useful for under construction pages.
  • Blog Alternate - this template will output a page with your latest posts using the alternate layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/alternate-blog/
  • Blog Normal - this template will output a page with your latest posts using the normal layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/blog/
  • Blog Small Thumbs - this tempalte will output a page with your latest posts using the small thumbs layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/small-thumbs-blog/
  • Contact - this template will output a page with a Google Map generated based on the contact info you enter under Appearance -> Theme Options -> Contact Options
  • FAQs - this template will output a page with your latest FAQs items
  • Full Width - this template will output a full width page, no sidebars will be shown. This is the best type of Page Template to be used with Visual Composer elements to create outstanding layouts.
  • Portfolio Four Column - this template will output a page displaying your latest portfolio items in a 4 columns layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/4-columns/
  • Portfolio Three Column - this template will output a page displaying your latest portfolio items in a 3 columns layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/3-columns/
  • Portfolio Two Column - this template will output a page displaying your latest portfolio items in a 2 columns layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/2-columns/
  • Portfolio Hexagon Column - this template will output a page displaying your latest portfolio items using Hexagon Columns layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/hexagon-layout/
  • Portfolio Rounded Column - this template will output a page displaying your latest portfolio items using Rounded Columns layout: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/round-layout/
 
Sidebars
 
 
The Sidebar Select Box allows you to select a certain sidebar to use on the single post page. If no sidebar is selected, the default sidebar (Blog Sidebar) will be used. 
 
To create your own sidebars go to Appearance -> Sidebars and click on +Add new Sidebar button. Enter a name for your sidebar and click Ok. Your new sidebar is now created. 
 
You can now go to Appearance -> Widgets and add the widgets you want to the newly created Sidebar.
 
 
General Options
 
 
  • Enable Sidebar - this option allows you to enable/disable a sidebar on the post page. Select No if you want to create a Full Width page.
  • Sidebar Position - this option allows you to select the position of the sidebar - if Default is selected the sidebar will inherit the position set in the Theme Options -> General Settings -> Sidebar Position
  • Page Title & Breadcrumbs Bar - this option allows you to show/hide the Page Title and Breadcrumbs on a post.
  • Transparent Header - this option allows you to use a Transparent header for the current page. This option is recommended to be used with the Full Width page template.
  • Top Bar - this option allows you to enable/disable the Top Bar section. Using the Default option will inherit the settings set in the Theme Options -> Top Bar
  • Portfolio Type - this option allows you to choose what category you want to display portfolio items from. This option only works if you use Portfolio One, Two, Three or Four as the page template.
  • Portfolio Details - this option allows you to show/hide the portfolio details. This option will only work for Portfolio page templates.
  • Faq Type - this option allows you to choose what FAQ category to be displayed. Leave blank for all FAQ categories to be displayed. This option will only work for the FAQ page template

 

 

Slider Option

 

Video Options

 

Video Background

 

Custom Styling

When adding a new post or editing an existing one you can use the following settings to enhance/change the way the output post page looks and behaves.

All existing posts and the ones you will create from now on, require to have at least one Featured Image
 
 
Setting up Featured Images
 
To set up a featured image make sure you go to the Featured Image box on the right sidebar.

You can also select more than just one featured image, if you want to have a slider created automaticaly.
 
The number of the Featured Images is set in the Theme Options -> General Settings
 
 
Sidebars
 
 
The Sidebar Select Box allows you to select a certain sidebar to use on the single post page. If no sidebar is selected, the default sidebar (Blog Sidebar) will be used.
 
To create your own sidebars go to Appearance -> Sidebars and click on +Add new Sidebar button. Enter a name for your sidebar and click Ok. Your new sidebar is now created. 
 
You can now go to Appearance -> Widgets and add the widgets you want to the newly created Sidebar.
 
 
General Options
 
 
  • Enable Sidebar - this option allows you to enable/disable a sidebar on the post page. Select No if you want to create a Full Width post.
  • Sidebar Position - this option allows you to select the position of the sidebar - if Default is selected the sidebar will inherit the position set in the Theme Options -> General Settings -> Sidebar Position
  • Show Post Title - this option allows you to enable/disable the post title - turning this option to No, will also remove the title that appears in the actual post content, below the Featured Image or the Video you set.
  • Skip First Image - this option allows to skip the first Featured Images you set. Useful if you are using small images as your main Featured Image.
  • Page Title & Breadcrumbs Bar - this option allows you to show/hide the Page Title and Breadcrumbs on a post.

 

Slider Option

 

Video Options

 

Video Background

 

Custom Styling

 

To create a new portfolio item you need to go to Portfolio -> Add New Adding a new portfolio item is as easy as publishing a blog post.
 
You can add categories for your portfolio items and just like blogpost items you will need to setup at least one Featured Image. Adding more Featured Images will automatically create sliders with the selected featured image.
 
The number of the Featured Images is set in the Theme Options -> General Settings
 
 
Sidebars
 
 
The Sidebar Select Box allows you to select a certain sidebar to use on the single post page. If no sidebar is selected, the default sidebar (Blog Sidebar) will be used.
 
To create your own sidebars go to Appearance -> Sidebars and click on +Add new Sidebar button. Enter a name for your sidebar and click Ok. Your new sidebar is now created. 
 
You can now go to Appearance -> Widgets and add the widgets you want to the newly created Sidebar.
 
 
General Options
 

 

Slider Option

 

Video Options

 

Portfolio Details
 

 

Video Background

 

Custom Styling

FAQs are custom post types just like Portfolios but a bit more simplified.

To create a FAQs item go to FAQs -> Add New FAQ

You will then need to enter a Title and a short description. Also you have the option to specify a font awesome icon to be used if you don't want to use the default + sign. 

For this type of post, you can also create create or select a category. The category that you fill your FAQ items in, will actually become filters.

The FAQ items created can then be used with the FAQs element of Visual Composer. This means you can add your FAQs items to any page you create.

You can view the FAQs element in action here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/faqs/

Similar to FAQs, the Testimonials is also a custom posty type.

To create a Testimonial you need to go Testimonials -> Add Testimonial.

You can enter a title to describe and easy identify your Testimonial. 

 

Testimonials Options

After you create a few Testimonials, you can make use of the Testimonials element of the Visual Composer. See an example here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/testimonials/

To create an Employee item go to Employees -> Add New Member.

Next give a title to your Employee - this should be the actual name of the Employee.

It's also recommended to add a picture for each Employee that you create, using the Featured Image

Employee Options

After you create a few Employees, you can make use of the Employees element of the Visual Composer. See an example here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/employees/

To create a new Client, go to Clients -> Add Client.

Add a descriptive title - so you can later on identify it without effort, enter an URL to your client's website and don't forget to also add a Featured Image

After you create a few Clients, you can make use of the Clients element of the Visual Composer. See an example here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/clients/

Pricing Tables are composed of Pricing Items. 

You will need to create Pricing Items in order to create Pricing Tables. Pricing Tables are created using the Pricing Tables element of the Visual Composer, but you need to create some pricing items first.

To create a Pricing Item, go to Pricing Tables -> Add Pricing Item.

Add a title to your pricing item, and add some description - try using unordered lists for each feature that you want to list.

Next scroll down and use the Pricing Column Options.

 

After you create some Pricing Items you can create a Pricing table using the Pricing Table element of Visual Composer. You can see examples here: http://rockythemes.com/nimva/pricing-table/

Nimva theme is also integrating shortcodes that you can use with the Visual Composer plugin, in the Text Block element.

Available shortcodes are:


Checklist Shortcode

Syntax:

[checklist icon="fa-star" font_size="12"]

[/checklist]

 
The icon parameter controls the actual font awesome icon that will be used for the checklist rendering.
 
The example above, having icon="fa-star" will generate an unordered list with the fa-star character instead of the normal bullets. See below the output:
 

The font_size controls the font size used for the unordered lists.
 
You can view all the FontAwesome icons and their names, here: 
http://fontawesome.io/icons/
 

Dropcap Shortcode

Syntax:

[dropcap color="#f96e5b"]...[/dropcap]

Replace the ... with an actual letter that you want to appear as a dropcap. See example below:

The color parameter controls which color will be used for the actual Dropcap letter.

[dropcap]T[/dropcap]his a dropcap. The rest of the text is just generated by lipsum.com Maecenas consectetur dui ac lacus dapibus, ultrices tempor lacus mattis. Sed ultrices est sed blandit gravida. In mattis, urna sit amet bibendum laoreet, ipsum felis elementum elit, vel gravida ante ante et nunc. Sed quam urna, pellentesque sollicitudin tincidunt nec, scelerisque nec magna.

This will output the following:

 

Highlight Shortcode

Syntax:

[highlight color="#f96e5b"]...[/highlight]

Replace the ... with the actual text that you want to appear highlighted.

The color parameter controls the actual color of the highlighted text.

[highlight color="#f96e5b"]This text will be highlited[/highlight] but this one will not.

This will output the following:

 

Tooltip Shortcode

Syntax:

[tooltip title="Text Tooltip" position="left, right, top, bottom" link=""]Hover over this text for Tooltip[/tooltip]

The title parameter controls the text that will appear in the tooltip bubble.

The position parameter controls the positiong of the tooltip. Accepted values are: left, right, top, bottom

The link parameter controls the actual link of the text used as the tooltip.

Replace the Hover over this text for Tooltip text with the text that you want to be used as a reference for the tooltip - when you will hover over this text, the tooltip will appear.

[tooltip title="Text Tooltip" position="left, right, top, bottom" link=""]Hover over this text for Tooltip[/tooltip]

This will output the following:
 

 

FontAwesome Shortcode

Syntax:

[fontawesome icon="fa-laptop"]

The icon parameter controls the actual font awesome icon that will be used.

The FontAwesome shortcode can be used with the Dropcap shortcode or any other shortcode to create interesting pieces of text.

You can view all the FontAwesome icons and their names, here: 
http://fontawesome.io/icons/
Nimva Theme has the following custom widgets integrated:
The translation file is located in languages folder (/wp-content/themes/Nimva/languages). Edit the .po file using POEdit, use the translation field to make replacements.
 
From the file menu, save file with your language name e.g de_DE.po. It will generate both a .po and .mo file for your translation.
 
Next edit wp-config.php located in the root folder of wordpress and define the WPLANG prefix with your language name which should be similar to the translation file name.
 
If you want to learn more about how to translat WordPress into your language please visit: http://codex.wordpress.org/Translating_WordPress