Last week I released Twenty Seven Pro, a minimalist theme for lifestyle and food bloggers. I’m please with how well it has been received so far.
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I’m currently working on a new theme for StudioPress and just added an Instagram feed to the site footer. It seems as though this a is a very popular feature these days, so I thought our customers would like it.
Last year a group of friends and I took a much-needed getaway trip to the mountains of Colorado. Naturally, I had to design a website for this event we call Brocation. You can view the website here.
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.
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.