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Below is a complete guide of HTML codes that you can copy and paste for use on your own blog or website. Although I like to insist on bloggers taking the time to learn how to write these codes and know what each part of them does, sometimes you need a code in a pinch!Keep Reading
How to Add a Back to Top Button in WordPress — Station Seven: Squarespace Templates, WordPress Themes, and Free Resources for Creative Entrepreneurs
How to Add a Back to Top Button in WordPress. Add your own Back to Top button easily and quickly with our guide for WordPress. Plus download our free custom and editable back to top buttons!
Customize your WordPress theme with a child theme video tutorial
With the wide variety of WordPress themes available these days, chances are pretty good you can find something you like that will work well for your business. But WordPress themes are built with wider audiences in mind, so there’s bound to be a few things that you want to change about your theme. Click through to watch a video where I explain how to customize your parent theme using a child theme.
Own Your Site Design: An Intro to CSS for Bloggers — Station Seven: Squarespace Templates, WordPress Themes, and Free Resources for Creative Entrepreneurs
How To Style Your Blog with CSS. Learn to create a custom website design for your business or blog, by learning CSS tricks. Learn from The Blog Market, I Can Start a Blog, ManageWP, and Code it Pretty!
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A great font can make or break a design, and anyone who’s spent hours scrolling through font selections before knows how tough it can be to pick the perfect one. When people purchase or download a WordPress theme, the first change they often want to make is the font, but many just don’t know how. … Continue reading "How to Add Custom Fonts to Any WordPress Theme"
How To Prepare For A New WordPress Theme
Switching themes on your website can be intimidating, but it doesn't have to be. Here are 7 steps you can take to prepare for a new WordPress theme.
9 WordPress Codes To Spice Up Your Blog and Improve UX
Wordpress is easy to configure and install, ready to go as soon as you publish your blog. But relying on Wordpress' default options might result in a loss on your behalf: Less functionality Bored users (who see the same stuff on every WP sites they stumble upon) Drops in search engine rankings. You have a flexible tool in your hands, that you can tweak to turn it into something pleasant to use and efficient to rely upon. Why not spice things up for your users (and yourself)? This article…