Here’s a short list of things I do right away when developing custom themes.
Create a graphic of your favorite quote and share it with your followers on Instagram, Pinterest, Facebook or Twitter.
Learn how to use CSS and a widget area to display an array of social media icons across the bottom of your website.
Learn how to move the output of the sharing buttons to another location with the use of a custom function.
View examples of beautiful typeface pairings and learn how to easily add them to your website.
Learn how to customize your theme by moving the primary navigation menu away from the default location.
Learn how to use CSS to create an eye-catching link in your menu that stands out and demands attention.
Increase traffic to your blog posts by displaying social sharing buttons that are beautiful and can match your website.
I decided it was time to embrace the idea that a mobile-first strategy with theme design was something to consider.