This page has an accompanying set of videos. Watch them here. In GeneratePress you can place the navigation menus in several different places. Above the site header. Below the site header. Inside the site header area, floating right. You can even place the menu inside the sidebar. The navigation menu positioned above the header section … Read more
The important points… The copyright area is a thin bar at the very bottom of your site. The copyright settings do not affect the footer widget area. Code is provided to insert the year (2018 etc.) and a copyright symbol, you can type your business name in here too. You can change the background color, … Read more
A quick DIY guide to using GeneratePress Page Sections. This page is part of the GeneratePress beginners guide. You activate the GeneratePress Page Sections Module by going to… Dashboard > Appearance > GeneratePress …and clicking the “Activate” link for Sections. Once that’s done, you’ll see a sections tab at the top right of your WordPress post … Read more
Using the GeneratePress Colors Module is easy Go to the WordPress Customizer Drill down to the section you want to change Click one of the Select Color buttons Use the color picker to change that specific color In the premium version of GeneratePress you can easily change many of the colors To do this you need … Read more
GeneratePress is a free theme that you can download from the WordPress.org website. The theme itself is quite basic. However, you can buy a plugin that extends the theme and adds a whole host of useful settings and options. Please note! The add on is a plugin and after you buy it, you upload it … Read more
I made this code for you to copy and paste into GeneratePress page Sections. You’ll need to add a plugin If the code uses the Lightweight Grid Columns plugin you’ll have to make sure that plugin is installed and activated first. Then customize the text After you paste the code into a GeneratePress page section, … Read more
To get a better idea of what the free and premium version of GeneratePress theme look like click the two links below. Demo of the free version of GeneratePress Demo of the premium version of GeneratePress
You can even use plain text Yes, you can use good old fashioned plain text, without any grids, icons, images or background colors. It’s a style that’s worked just fine for hundreds of years and should work perfectly well for years to come.
There are hundreds of Font Awesome icons and quickly finding the right one for your project can be a struggle. So I made this list of the icons I use most often. Find an icon you like. Copy the name. Go to the Font Awesome website. And search for that icon. If the name has … Read more
I built these simple Call to Action boxes using GenerateBlocks plugin. GenerateBlocks plugin contains only four blocks. Container, grid, headline and buttons. Once you learn how those four blocks work, you can build most of the page layouts you’ll ever need.