Author Archive: Victoria G.

10 TIPS OF WORDPRESS SPARK BY USING THEMES OPTIONS

Good day to all!

 

  • What piece of the puzzle items for using blogging sharing accessibility and facility is more valuable as a theme, the particle blog that attracts every visitor through impact, color and format?
  • Well, design is always great for making the difference between a spectacular blog and a less interesting blog.
  • So today we will continue to talk about the fifth sub-unit of “Appearance” unit, so we’ll speak about “Theme Options”.

 

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  • This sub-unit indicates your chosen “Themes” sub-unit and contains several classifications:

 

  • By “Color Scheme”, we have to select the scheme color and the display of “Sidebar’s” unit and we have to choose from the next colors: gray, green, red, blue, pink and purple;

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  • By “Default Layout”, we have to choose where the content  can be placed in the page and how to be willing the portion or portions of the “Sidebar” on the page, so we have to choose from: “Content – Sidebar”, “Sidebar – Content”, “Content – Sidebar – Sidebar”, “Sidebar – Sidebar – Content”, “Sidebar – Content – Sidebar” and “Full – Width, No Sidebar”;

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  • By “Social Icons”, you can apply on the blog, other pages that you have, such as: Facebook, Twitter, Flickr and Youtube, by adding their URL on the blank sides from behind the page sides and you can add of course a RSS feed icon by clicking its indication space;

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  • On “Featured Post Label” you can type a custom label for your featured sticky post, so you can leave it blank for no label;

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  • On “Featured Post Visibility” you can show the featured post only on the home page by checking its indication space.

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  • Do not forget to “SAVE OPTIONS”.

 

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Good day to all!

 

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                As in the previous article, we set the topic of today and as we said, we’ll talk about “Menus”.

                1. “Menus” are classified in two sections, each in turn with each separate classification.

                2. The first section is divided into “Pages”, “Links”, “Categories” and “Format” and the second one, divides in “Menu Name” and its “Structure”.

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                 3. The “Menu Name” has an option where you can “Create Menu” by entering a title at your choice and the “Menu Structure” is a structure where you can edit your default menu by adding or removing items. You only have to drag each item into the order you prefer and click “Create Menu”, to save your changes.

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                  4. On “Pages” you can find your most recent pages. That pages by selecting them from the “Most Recent Pages” or from the other two options that it has: “View All” and “ Search”, you can add them to the menu and they’ll appear on the “Menu Structure”.

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                  5. On the “Links” button you have an “URL” slide and a “Link Text” (Menu Item). You only have to fill them and then to add them to the menu by clicking “Add to Menu” button.

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                  6. “Categories” has the same clasification as “Pages” with the specific “Uncategorized” mark, so you have to select it and add it to the menu.

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                   7. At the “Format” button, we do not have items, or at least, we did nou formated any item, to have it there.

 

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                   I hope you had been entertained again by the useful information we provided to you and I wish you, until next time, an easy blogging and to have fun by having a happiest day as possible!

 

 

See you soon! 🙂