Origami has a few simple theme settings that’ll help you change things up, without editing any code. To change the theme settings, navigate to AppearanceTheme Settings in your WordPress admin. You should see the following tabs.
Use these settings to change various texts that appear around your site.
Copyright is the text that appears at the bottom of your site.
The text that appears on your 404 page.
No Search Results
The text that appears when a search returns no results.
Display Post Author
Enable to display the post author on blog archive and single post pages.
Display Comment Count
Enable to display the comment count on the blog archive and single post pages.
Each post and page has a Columns setting in the right column that allows the content to split into columns. Disabling this setting globally sets columns to 1, overriding the page/post level setting.
Use Origami Gallery
Enabling will display WordPress galleries as fancy slider galleries.
Available as part of SiteOrigin Premium. Disable to remove the footer attribution link.
Display Featured Image
Display the featured image on pages and posts, also applies to the post archive view.
Display the header search.
Enable to center the logo in the header.
Enable to display the post navigation at the bottom of the single post page.
Should Origami use responsive mode?
Responsive Navigation Collapse
The resolution when the menu collapses into a mobile navigation menu. The value is in pixels.
A gorgeous mobile navigation menu for your main menu.
Enable FitVids to automatically scale your videos.
Allow users to submit comments without a page re-load. Available as part of SiteOrigin Premium.