When it comes to WordPress themes, the plethora of options can be overwhelming. However, if you’re on the hunt for a theme that is not just aesthetically pleasing but also feature-rich, user-friendly, and highly customizable, look no further than the Total Nulled Responsive Multi-Purpose WordPress Theme. This theme is engineered to meet the needs of various types of websites, from corporate sites to portfolios, and even e-commerce platforms.
Overview: The All-In-One Solution for Your Website Needs
Total aims to be your go-to solution for building and customizing your website, irrespective of your technical expertise. The theme provides you with the complete toolkit to make a website that is both functional and visually compelling. It adapts to your needs, rather than forcing you to adapt to its limitations.
Key Features That Make Total Stand Out
The cornerstone of Total’s user-friendliness is its Drag-and-Drop Builder. This feature allows even the least tech-savvy among us to create stunning web pages without writing a single line of code.
Wide Range of Demos
Total offers a wide selection of pre-designed demos that cater to various sectors. With just a single click, you can import these demos and have a functional website ready in minutes.
In today’s digital age, SEO is not a luxury but a necessity. Total has an SEO-optimized structure to improve your website’s visibility on search engines, thereby increasing your chances of attracting more traffic.
For those interested in setting up an online store, Total has seamless WooCommerce integration. This allows you to manage your store efficiently, right from your WordPress dashboard.
From fonts to colors and even the overall layout, Total lets you customize almost every aspect of your website. The extensive admin panel gives you the freedom to tweak settings to align with your brand’s identity.
In a world that’s going mobile, having a website that is not just desktop-friendly but also mobile-responsive is crucial. Total adjusts to different screen sizes, ensuring a seamless experience for all users.
Total includes several premium plugins for free, enhancing its functionality. This includes the likes of WPBakery Page Builder and Slider Revolution, among others.
Flexibility and Beyond: Additional Utilities
Besides these prominent features, Total offers a variety of additional utilities such as multi-language support, RTL readiness, and quality customer support. These add-ons ensure that you have all the resources needed for creating a high-quality, multi-functional website.
Conclusion: Why Total is the Ultimate Choice
In an ecosystem filled with WordPress themes, Total has successfully carved a niche for itself. Its blend of user-friendliness, versatility, and a wide array of features offers a one-stop solution for anyone looking to create or revamp a website.
So, what sets Total apart is not just its robust feature set but also its adaptability. Whether you’re a novice looking to start a personal blog or a seasoned developer aiming to build a complex, feature-rich website, Total gives you the tools to achieve your goals effortlessly. With its combination of customizability, user-friendliness, and a wealth of built-in features, it is designed to facilitate the creation of websites that are as unique as they are effective.
End your search for the perfect WordPress theme by choosing Total, a solution that adapts to your needs, scales with your business, and helps you build the website you’ve always wanted.
Total Theme v5.12
Release Date: February 23, 2024
WPBakery 7.4 introduces a new SEO function which we highly recommend against using. Please see our docs on why you should not use the WPBakery SEO tool. We are working on a method for hiding it completely when enabling WPBakery Slim Mode in Total v6.0. For the meantime you can just ignore it as it won’t do anything unless used.
Additionally, we’ve only included version 7.4 of WPBakery and not 7.5 because we noticed a couple small bugs and we want time to fully test the plugin before sending it over and it was just released yesterday.
- AddedSupport for our new free Just Events plugin (see docs).
- AddedCode to hide new WPBakery promo pop-ups introduced in version 7.3.
- UpdatedBundled plugins (Total Theme Core, WPBakery, Slider Revolution).
- FixedPotential display issue with the Image Slider causing a 1px vertical space.
Total Theme v5.11.1
Release Date: December 17, 2023
This update is primarily to provide the updated version of Slider Revolution which contains a security patch.
Total has always bundled the Slider Revolution plugin so it needs to keep including it. However, sliders are not recommended and should be be avoided as much as possible. I would recommend if you are using the plugin to swap to a static solution and disable notifications for it.
- UpdatedSlider Revolution to version 6.6.19 (security patch).
- UpdatedWPBakery to version 7.3
Total Theme v5.11
Release Date: November 23, 2023
Note for developers: The –wpex-link-text-decoration CSS variable has been deprecated. The theme now adds a variable for each property of the text-decoration shorthand property to provide better consistency and easier modification of site links.
- AddedNew Demo “Publisher“.
- AddedNew “Demo Page Inspector” tool added to the docs (currently in “Beta”) which will allow you to inspect any demo page to see how it’s created and grab the content for the page or dynamic template if you want to copy/paste it into your site!
- AddedApple Podcasts and Google Podcasts Social Profile options.
- AddedNew Accent, Accent Rounded and Accent Round Social Link styles added which displays the social links using your accept color as a background.
- AddedNew options added to the Navigation Bar element to adjust the default animation speed for the links (hover colors and text decoration) and to enter a custom offset and line thickness when enabling underlines and using the “Plain Text” button style.
- AddedNew Overlay Styles: Category Tag (First Term Only) and Category Tag 2 (First Term Only).
- AddedWhen viewing a post that is using a Dynamic Template you will now see an “Edit Template” button at the bottom of the post to make it easier to see if a specific post is using a template and be able to quickly go to the template’s edit screen.
- AddedNew dynamic variables
- AddedNew “After Image” Caption Position option added for the Image Slider element.
- AddedNew “Headings Color: Active” option for the Toggle Group element.
- AddedNew “Visibility” option added to the “Template Part” element.
- AddedNew options to the Image slider: Touch Swipe on Desktop on/off, Placeholder Image on/off and Image Aspect Ratio.
- AddedNew “Toggle 2” Card style which is basically the same as the old “Toggle” card style but uses a plus/minus icon instead of an arrow.
- AddedNew “Mix Blend Mode” option added to the Image element (see docs).
- AddedNew “Overlay Mix Blend Mode” option added for Sections, Rows and the Image Banner.
- AddedNew “Content Background” and “Content Padding” options added to the Image Banner element so you can place your text inside a background (sample screenshot).
- AddedNew “Modal Popup” option added to the “Social Share” element which can be enabled to display your social links in a popup window!
- AddedCustomizer setting added to control the width of the mega menu divider lines between columns.
- AddedCustomizer option added to the Top Bar > Social tab so you can enter custom dimensions (width/height) for the top bar social links.
- AddedCustomizer option added to the Top Bar > General tab to enable/disable link underlines in the Top Bar menu & content.
- Added“SMS” option added to the Social Share options.
- AddedThe Post Terms element is now available in Elementor.
- UpdatedBundled plugins (WPBakery, Slider Revolution, Total Theme Core).
- UpdatedYou can now select “Custom Link” for the Header Menu search icon if you want to create a search page and link to it.
- UpdatedYou can now enter a custom value for the Navigation Bar link padding if you want to control both the vertical and horizontal padding and/or use a custom value.
- UpdatedThe Template Part and WooCommerce Template Part elements will now display the selected template in the WPBakery backend editor.
- UpdatedWhen editing Dynamic Templates and the Post Cards element set to display Related items it will no display recent posts from the selected post type to make it easier to work in the front-end editor.
- UpdatedYou can now enter the word “null” in the Post Cards custom date format field to remove the date from the card.
- UpdatedThe Contact Form element now adds the proper Reply-To header so you can reply back to the submitted form and it the reply will go to the email added in the form by the submitter.
- UpdatedWhen enabling “Labels” for the Social Share element while using a “Custom Design” the theme no longer hides the labels on small screens. There is a new breakpoint option added though that you can use if you do wish to hide the labels at smaller screen sizes.
- UpdatedThe “Blog List 7” card style has been updated so the date is at the bottom of the card regardless of the card height.
- UpdatedThe theme now hides the WPBakery page builder admin notices when updating the plugin.
- UpdatedWhen creating custom cards or dynamic templates the Image Overlays that display categories will now display dummy categories in the front-end editor so it’s easier to visualize how things will look.
- UpdatedTheme elements “Width” and “Max Width” fields now allow keyword values: fit-content, max-content & min-content (in fact all styling fields – width, height, padding, letter-spacing, font-size, etc…now allow any values to be added).
- FixedMedium (500) font weight was not working with the Navigation Bar element.
- FixedThe bottom margin option was not working on the Button element when the style was set to “Plain Text”.
- FixedChanging the link underline color in the customizer was applying to various areas that could have their own colors causing issues (such as the topbar, breadcrumbs, post meta, navigation bar element, button element, etc).
- FixedDynamic Templates assigned to custom taxonomies created with the Post Types Unlimited plugin and assigned to WooCoomerce products were not working.
- FixedSome Customizer setting labels that were using the “&” symbol were showing up as HTML.
- FixedThe Icon Box element was not showing the custom heading in the WPBakery backend editor.
- FixedWhen editing the Callout element in WPBakery it was not showing the previously saved values.
- FixedWhen adding “0px” for a custom letter spacing field in any theme element it was not working.
- FixedWhen using a navigation bar element for an ajax filter on dynamic templates assigned to archives, enabling the “Show Term Count” setting caused the filter to stop working.
- FixedWhen using the Toggle element paragraphs were not being added in the WPBakery Front-end Editor and oEmbeds were not being parsed.
- FixedWhen displaying the Post Cards element inside a custom card and setting the “Query Type” to “Post Gallery” it wasn’t working.
- FixedWhen adding Custom CSS and JS via WPBakery to your Dynamic Templates the code wasn’t being added to the frontend.
- FixedThe Custom overlay background color for the Image Slider element was not being added when displaying the placeholder image as the page loaded.
- FixedIssue where WordPress parses images and adds lazy loading to them after shortcodes are parsed which causes images that should not be lazy loaded to be lazy loaded. This change also optimizes the displays of images displayed using shortcodes (theme elements) because WordPress will not be running a bunch of code for each image.
- FixedDisabling the Yoast Seo theme option “Override Theme Breadcrumbs” in the Customizer would cause the “Main Pages” defined in the Post Types Unlimited plugin for your custom post types to not get added in the Yoast Schema Markup for breadcrumbs.
- RemovedThe theme no longer inserts structured data attributes inline in the HTML because it can cause conflicts with or duplicate tags when using 3rd party SEO plugins and every site should be using an SEO plugin.