There are a lot of themes out there for blogs, and it can be a pain to search through them all, and choose the perfect one. When I first started my WordPress blog, I really struggled maintaining a theme. I changed my theme or customized it every other week and always found something picky I didn’t like. (Yes, I’m a perfectionist) Even when I switched to a hosting provider (Bluehost), I still had trouble sticking with a theme!
Until I discovered Bites to Brand.
This online shop features clean, user friendly, feminine themes and logos that are each carefully crafted to give your website a unique look. Once I downloaded the Smiths Theme and Love and Sugar Logo, I never looked back! I’m SO happy with the way my website turned out.
Once I downloaded the theme and logo, clear instructions were provided so that the installation process was effortless. I usually have trouble coding and adding new features to my website, but with these instructions I had no problems.
(Note: when you download a logo, you will need photoshop or the free trial of photoshop to edit your header)
The theme is crisp and clean, providing a lot of customizable options including colors, layout, menu, optional home page, and other great features! Being a perfectionist, I used to spend hours agonizing over my page but this theme makes it so easy! I’ve learned the hard way what to do/what not to do when creating a post. Here are 4 tips I have for you whenever you’re customizing your theme.
4 Key Points to Keep in Mind When Customizing Your Blog:
- Make sure your font is easy to read
- Use soft colors to create an aesthetically pleasing background
- Take advantage of the features afforded you by bold face typing important phrases and italicizing important sub-points
- Make sure your widgets aren’t over-crowding your pages
If you’re interested in checking out the beautiful theme, please check out this link: HERE
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