Twenty Seventeen one page parallax scrolling website style, is it possible to achieve this? Yes, it’s possible, fast and quick in this video.
Twenty Seventeen has footer text that says, “Proudly powered by WordPress”, and this can be edited properly and safely. Follow this tutorial how to change the 2017 WordPress footer.
You can create WordPress child theme with these two methods, manually, and using a plugin. I show you with both methods, a complete guide, so you will not lose your widget or other customizer setting after activating your child theme.
Step by step with pictures and video showing you how to remove Twenty Fourteen author name or link, also make it not clickable or disable the author link.
I actually already considered posting this tip long time ago, but I always forgot, and then I received a message from my YouTube channel if showing thumbnails in Twenty Twelve theme is possible. Take a look at this page if you use 2014 theme. Also a few months ago, I saw someone asked the same […]
How to change default green color WP 2014 Twenty Fourteen theme to any custom colors you like with SEO perspective.
I will show you how I show Twenty Fourteen thumbnail in small thumbnail size in homepage and post, or only in homepage with video and picture steps.
If you are using Twenty Fourteen child theme, click here for the tut, as your blog theme at the moment, this might help you a bit, we are going to style WordPress caption in WordPress in this tutorial. Well I noticed that the caption isn’t stylized at all, that I could spot immediately for the […]
This post is about how to edit or remove Proudly Powered By WordPress Twenty Fourteen child theme in your footer, see another tips of this default theme, about removing left sidebar here. It should work with any themes. I have noticed some people want to know how to remove powered by wordpress link from their […]