A few weeks ago I updated the design here on my website. My primary motivation at the moment is to share my personal experiences, so I wanted my visitors to only be shown posts from my Journal, but still wanted to be able to publish other content.
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If you take a look at the bottom of the page in my footer, you’ll notice that it does not display the default text that is output by the Genesis Framework. Many sites display “Made with Love” or “Handcrafted with Love” in that space, and I wanted to do something similar with mine. In a few quick steps it was easy to do.
If you scroll to the bottom of this page, you’ll see I built a custom footer that includes a row of social media icons. These links go out to my social media profiles, in the hopes people will follow me and help build my personal brand.
Our words can be powerful, but like most things in life they can be destructive if used irresponsibly. Many blogs have an open door policy when it comes to comments on their posts, but it seems as though times are changing.
When I recently working on a custom website design, I wanted to place a search form in the header. While testing the functionality of it, I noticed something I didn’t like.