Constants

One of the ways to modify the behaviour of the Q theme for some of its advanced features is to define some PHP constants. You can add them in your wp-config.php file, right above the line that says

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Q_THEME_DISABLE_TEMPLATES

Disables the templates feature. To disable templates you can add the following in your wp-config.php file:

define( 'Q_THEME_DISABLE_TEMPLATES', true );

Q_THEME_BETA

Enables beta version updates. To enable beta updates, you can add in your wp-config.php file the following:

define( 'Q_THEME_BETA', true );

Q_THEME_NO_PROGRESSIVE_CSS

Disables progressive CSS and instead loads grid-parts CSS in the <head> of your page. To disable progressive CSS loading you can add in your wp-config.php file the following:

define( 'Q_THEME_NO_PROGRESSIVE_CSS', true );

Q_THEME_INLINE_CSS

Changes the way progressive CSS is loaded. By default the CSS is loaded using <link> tags in the <body> of your document. If you set this constant to true then these styles are instead added inline using <style> tags.

To enable inline CSS for grid-parts you can add the following line in your wp-config.php file:

define( 'Q_THEME_INLINE_CSS', true );
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