20 Most Popular WordPress Themes with WPML Plugin

Whenever one needs to get started with a website, there are plenty solutions to opt for. First, comes the choice of a content management system or an eCommerce platform to build your site with. The decision is heavily dependent on the type of project that you want to get on the web. Blogs, portfolios or

Shortcode – Columns in Posts or Pages

Adding columns to a page or post is done with either html snippets of code or shortcodes (if provided for the existing theme). The Zen Theme does offer this ability by copy and pasting the shortcode into the HTML editor view in your page, post, or text widget. I am providing both the shortcode method

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Add your own Copyright Information

Adding your own copyright information in the footer of the Zen Theme is very simple...when done, it will look like the default copyright: Go to your Zen Theme settings and click on the Miscellaneous Settings Panel Find the Copyright Information field Replace the default copyright information with your own Click Save Changes

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Change Main Menu Theme Colours – Part 2

In addition to the basic colour settings, there is one other area to edit in relation to the changes you made in the other group...this one is the main menu, including it's submenus. The default colours for the main menu and it's submenus look like this: The first level "submenu" will show a "hover" state

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Change Basic Theme Colours – Part 1

Although Zen Theme is not as flexible in colour customization compared to my other themes, you still can change the following, plus the main menu which is covered in the next setup tutorial: Page background Link colours Link "hover" colours Bottom widget text link colour Bottom widget text link "hover" colour Bottom widget "list" colour

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Style your Showcase with Colour and more

Zen Theme gives you the advantage of customizing how your Showcase styling looks. Your available options are: Enable or disable the line pattern on both sides of your main showcase area Enable or disable the gradient background Choose the background colour Choose your own background image (pattern or gradient) Choose how your background covers the

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Setup your own Showcase Slideshow

Zen Theme has two showcase options for your Front Page and inner pages: Widget Showcase (default - will show for the front page and also for inner pages) My Own Showcase (for the front page only) The Widget Showcase option lets you add an image to your pages using a widget, either the text widget

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Continue Reading and page button styles

The Zen Theme comes with the ability to change the "Continue Reading" buttons that display with each post introduction, but part of this also includes form submit buttons. You have two colour choices:   Change Your Button Styles Go to your theme settings: Zen Theme Settings >> Blog Settings panel >> Buttons Choose Green (default)

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