You can find the theme options panel under Appearance → Theme Options in the WordPress Dashboard.
Logo – Upload an image logo. If you don’t upload an image logo, the theme will use the Site Title and Tagline set in Settings → General. The Title font can be changed under the Typography tab in the theme options panel.
Favicon – Upload a favicon that will display in the browser address bar. It should be 16 by 16 pixels. You can create one online here.
Home Message – This text will be displayed under the main header image on the home page only.
# of Home Features – It’s recommended that you choose 3 or 6 since images are displayed 3 across.
Custom CSS – Add your own CSS as needed. This can especially be helpful if you are using a Google webfont and you need to adjust one of the heading sizes.
The following options allow you to apply basic customizations to your theme colors.
Color Scheme – You can choose light or dark. Light is the default.
Accent Color – This applied to the header and various navigation elements.
Link Color – Choose the color for all of your hyperlinks.
Link Hover Color – Choose the color to use when hovering over a hyperlink.
Google Fonts – There are several options allow you to make changes to your theme fonts for headings, body, and the home message. Enter the name of the Google Web Font you want to use for the headings. For example, you would need to enter “Averia Gruesa Libre” if you want to use this font: http://www.google.com/webfonts/specimen/Averia+Gruesa+Libre
Enable Slideshow – This can be used to disable the home page slideshow.
Slideshow Delay – Enter the number of seconds you want to elapse between slides.
Slideshow Effect – Choose between one of the two options.
These details are used for the contacts widget and the contact page template. Enter the full url for each service.
Enter text that will be displayed in the footer. Adding text here will replace the default text displayed on the theme.