Here’s a quick copy & paste solution to change your background color. Plus, a much more comprehensive plugin for customizing your background.
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Learn how to add buttons to your WordPress posts and pages. Create buttons with any text and any style with the use of one amazing plugin.
Learn how to create a form with a file upload field in this short tutorial. It’s easy if you pick the right tools (plugins revealed inside).
Learn how to easily add lightbox functionality to your galleries, so you can show off your images in all their high-resolution glory.
CSS Hero is the tool that lets you customize every aspect of your site without writing any code. Check out this overview of theme customization with CSS Hero so see how it can help you with your site.
Master the basics of site customization with WordPress with this complete guide. You’ll learn how to change your site title, add widgets, create menus, and more.
Good news: adding images to menu items is surprisingly easy. Learn how to add images to your menu with the use of one simple plugin in this post.
Struggling to indent text in your WordPress posts? Learn how to indent entire paragraphs or just the first line of your paragraphs in this quick guide.
Tired of struggling in the WordPress editor? Find two dependable methods for placing any number of images side-by-side in your posts and pages.
Need to change the size of some text in a post or page? Learn how to quickly change font sizes via a simple button added to your WordPress editor.
Learn how to change the font of any text in a post or page. While WordPress doesn’t have this feature by default, it can be added easily with one plugin.
Learn how to create a slider and add it to your homepage. You’ll discover a free plugin that has four types of sliders in it and dozens of customizations.
Learn the two easiest ways to add infinite scroll to your WordPress site. The first method might be incredibly simple, but it depends on one thing…
To customize your site or use certain plugins, you’ll need to find CSS selectors on your site. Learn how to find any selector without becoming a CSS expert.
If you run a WordPress site you’re bound to encounter the term “CSS”. In this post, you’ll learn what CSS is and how it affects your site.
Widgets can clutter a website on mobile. Learn how to hide any widget on mobile devices only with the use of a free and simple plugin.