Fancy Lab is highly customisable. Among the items that can be customised, you have:
Two menus (main 3 level top menu and footer 1 level menu)
Popular Product List (Home Page)
New Arrivals Product List (Home Page)
Deal of the Week optional item (Home Page)
Section home page titles
5 widget areas (main archive sidebar, shop sidebar and 3 footer areas)
If you want to customize those options, go to Appearance -> Customize
Here you can upload your site logo and set the site title and tagline.
Fancy Lab has two menu locations (Main Menu and Footer Menu) and a stand-alone menu (Widget Menu).
You can build menus with up to 3 levels using the "Main Menu" location and 1 level menus with the "Footer Menu" location.
The Main Menu is responsive and will be replaced with a "hamburger menu" in small resolutions.
Fancy Lab has 5 widget areas (also called sidebars in WordPress). Throughout the page you'll see three of them being displayed on footer (Sidebar Footer 1, 2 and 3).
Another sidebar is displayed only on the Shop page (Sidebar Shop). The demo data includes two of them (WooCommerce Filter Products by Price and WooCommerce Product Categories). You can use this sidebar to display widgets related to the shop (WooCommerce widgets), any WordPress native widget or any downloaded plugin/widget.
Fancy Lab also brings a sidebar that will be displayed on every archive page (blog list, category, author, tag or date page), and on single post pages.
This theme works best if homepage is displayed as a static page. If you have installed the theme's demo data, everything is already setup for you. If that is not the case, you can do the following:
Create an empty page with the name "Home" and slug "home".
Under "Page Attributes", assign the Home page to a template called "Home Page".
Create an empty page with the name "Blog" and slug "blog".
Go to Settings -> Reading. Under "Your homepage displays", choose "A static page".
Select the "Home" page as your homepage and the "Blog" page as your posts page.
You can simply set your copyright information, that will display on footer.
The Fancy Lab slider is based on static pages. To create a slide, follow these two steps:
Go to Pages -> Add New.
The page title will act as the main slide title. Meanwhile, the editor content will act as the subtitle. We recommend you only write text in those areas.
To upload an image to the slide, you can use the featured image field. Larger images will work best. So, avoid uploading small images, because they won't display correctly in the slider.
Go to Appearance -> Customize -> Slider Settings.
Choose the page you have just created. In fact, any page can be chosen.
Set a text and a URL for the CTA button. You can use any URL. For example, you can copy and paste a product category page link, or a link for a specific product.
Repeat the steps if you want more slides inside the main sliders. The maximum number of slides is 3.
Here you can choose titles for the homepage sections, as well as define values for the products display on each section.