Most WordPress themes allow you to upload a header image, including ours. But your header image may also include your logo with a unique font style and color. Then once you upload it and check it out on the front end you see your image logo and your site title above it. So you remove … Continue reading Don’t Remove Your Site Title – Hide It!
There’s a little known button concealed in the screen options menu that will allow you to have your links open in a new browser window. Standard web practice is NOT to have links open in new windows as it is thought that in the end there would be to many windows open which will inconvenience … Continue reading How to Open WordPress Menu Link in New Window
In this post I provide step by step instructions on how to use your blog for Exhibition History. By using your blog posts for listing your exhibition history you will not only have something to blog about but also have a way to share more about your work. To see a live example of what I mean … Continue reading How to use Your Blog for Exhibition History
The WordPress Themes for Artists are RESPONSIVE! This is a screenshot of the David theme on an iPhone. It looks equally as good on iPad, Tablets and Smartphones. Responsive means that your website’s content will shift to fit the size of the window. Images will also reduce to fit; everything will reduce to fit. BUT the … Continue reading Responsive WordPress Themes for Artists