Thank you so much for purchasing your theme and branding bundle from Restored 316. I am so very excited to have you as a valued customer and look forward to seeing your new site and branding all in action! Here are some of the most frequently asked questions regarding the branding bundles. If you don’t see an answer to your question, please don’t hesitate to contact me!
Please refer to your README file that has the fonts used in your branding bundle and the corresponding links.
How to Install fonts onto my computer:
Refer to your corresponding theme tutorial for the color schemes and their HEX numbers.
All Branding Bundles come pre-designed with the default color scheme.
The images used in my demos are not included in the theme files for copyright reasons. However, all the images I use for my demos can be found on Creative Market.
Using the MailChimp Template:
The first step to using the MailChimp template is to update the header PSD file with your logo and tagline.
Open the newsletter header PSD file and edit the text with your blog/business name and your tagline. Save the file for web as a PNG-24 image to your computer.
The next step is choosing your template and adding the header to it.
- Login to your MailChimp Account.
- Navigate to Templates on the left.
- Click Create Template in upper right hand corner.
- Select Basic from the top left.
- Now choose your formatting from the list of options. The most popular and one I use in the demo is the 1 Column.
- Now click in the header portion and upload your saved image by browsing your computer.
- You can also edit all the colors, fonts, borders, etc, with all the settings within Mailchimp.
Using Smart Objects:
In order to insert your images in each PSD file, you will need to know how to use Smart Objects. They are so super easy!
- Double Click on the Layer icon where you need to insert your image.
- There will be a pop up that comes up. Click ok.
- You’ll have a new .psb file come up. Go ahead and insert your image into this file and make sure it fills the entire space.
- Go to File>Save.
- Then close the .psd file and you’ll see your image in it’s proper place in your template.