Tweaking the front page of a new Theme
MemberJuly 19, 2020 at 11:04 pm1560
Yet again (for the fourth or fifth time) I’ve changed my theme. I think this might be the last switch (knock on wood). I would love to get some help on a few things that I don’t know how to fix on two pages: http://www.pinterestartwork.com and pinterestartwork.com/blogs/ and I’d like to tweak.
First, there’s a username and field on every page Is that a widget?
I would like to change the size of the pages that are listed so they aren’t spread out so far.
Lastly, on the 2nd page regarding blogs. I think that’s a header. If it is a header, how do I find out the size of it, so I can use a dofferent image with the same size dimensions?
ModeratorJuly 20, 2020 at 1:50 am1650
Scott what is the name of the theme you are using? This will help with some of the questions.
1) I don’t see a username and field on either of these URL’s.. It may just be on your end OR I am missing it (can you describe where you see this). It also may be a Meta Widget. Check from another device to see if you see the username and field.
2) Knowing what your theme will help me
3) Knowing what your theme will help (For my theme “30 Day Blog Challenge” it looks like this) Go to your website -> Customize (black bar at the top of the screen) -> Header Image -> there should be written text that says the header image size.
MemberJuly 20, 2020 at 8:53 pm1560
ModeratorJuly 21, 2020 at 2:16 am1650
Appearance -> Widgets -> Drag Navigation Menu to Footer (1,2,or 3) -> Select Menu: Footer -> click Save
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