Setting Up a WordPress Site

Gutenberg Blocks – Cover Image

Simple Example of Cover Image Block Very simply, the Cover Image block allows you to include an image with text sitting in front of it, like the image below (where the words “Simple Cover Image Block” are not part of the image but text typed directly into the block in the editor):-

Plan the Site

Step 2 for refreshing the website is to plan the main site pages. Most small businesses can be described in about 4 key pages:- Home page One or more pages about Services or Products About us (the business, organisation or site) Contact details / form Additional useful pages to consider are:- FAQs Examples or samples of work, products …

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New Look

Step 1 for refreshing the website is to refresh the design.  Here is the new look.  I hope it works better in terms of providing better visual contrast, more lively look, easier to click on navigation. Next steps are: – Refresh the design – nothing too fancy, just clear and clean and lively Plan the …

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Refreshing the Website

It’s time to give this website a refresh and that is what my focus is right now. There are times when you realise that your website is not doing all that it could be for you.  I had some feedback with comments on the site:- links not working header image conveying the wrong message page …

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The Best Loop

Template themes which use the more recent format for the loop are more flexible and allow for easier adaptation than older style templates.

A Rant about the WordPress Default Kubrick Theme

It looks crisp and clean, it works well as a blog layout and appears to faultlessly embody WordPress. If all you want to do is use it, the Default (Kubrick) theme which comes with WordPress is ideal. But if you want to tailor it, beware…