Now that you’ve got a beautiful new WordPress theme installed, it’s time to customize it to look the way you want.
In this next video, we’re going to do some basic theme customization. You’ll learn how to use the built-in Theme Customizer, how to configure Menus and Sidebars and Widgets, and more. All without touching code. Ready? Let’s go!
Advanced Theme Customization
So far, you’ve learned how to set up a new blog, install a theme, create posts and pages, customize the theme, create menus and sidebars. That’s a lot of power to design your blog the way you want.
But, if there are still things you’d like to change, maybe little details like fonts or spacing of different design elements, this next video will cover how to do that.
Note: We’re going to be using a premium plugin called Design Palette Pro which only works with StudioPress Themes. If you want to customize a theme that wasn’t built by StudioPress, I’ll give some advice about that in the section below about getting additional help.
Now that you’ve customized the look and feel of your WordPress blog or website, it’s time to explore the world of WordPress plugins. Plugins let you extend the design and features of your site in powerful ways.