Building a website is no easy task, but there are ways to make the journey quicker and easier, especially if you don’t have a fancy degree in design or 30+ years experience in website building. Templates are the way to go and I’m going to tell exactly why.
A header is the top part of a page – no argument there, but it is still discussed if it’s only the top strip with logo and navigation tool, or it’s the whole part above the fold.
WordPress allows you to easily change the overall design style and layout of your website. With just a few clicks everyone can change a look of their WordPress website. And the best thing is that you don’t need to know anything about coding. This is all possible because of WordPress themes – a ready to use designs that work as skins and are able to completely change the look of your site.
Experienced developers, theme and plugin authors often talk about WordPress Multisite. Yet, if you are a novice WordPress user, you may wonder what is WordPress Multisite, should I use it, or how it is different from a regular WordPress website.
What is the perfect theme to get your WordPress site started from scratch? Visual Composer Starter is a great way to start developing your WordPress website hassle free.
We hear about custom fields really often, but rarely get explanation about this topic. So what are custom fields and how theme authors, plugin authors, and users can benefit from them? Custom fields are used to add extra information to your pages, posts or custom post types.
Let’s talk about beauty because we made a great discovery in order to help one to launch a truly trendy online project. Would you like to hear today’s web design trends?
Apart from willing to write articles for your blog it is also required to select a WordPress theme tailored for blogs. I can assure you that choosing a theme is a way easier than push yourself to write a blog. And to help you out, we have created a shortlist for you with an awesome and free WordPress themes for blogs.
To set up a child theme you do not need to be a developer or have in-depth knowledge about WordPress. There are few simple steps you will need you to follow and within less than 5 minutes have a child theme up and running.