I’ve spent some time in developing some blogging resources for you mini- and micro-entrepreneurs out there who do your own WordPress blogs.
Many of us have discovered how difficult it can be to find and adapt themes to our own styles of presentation. Themes and theme-builders can get expensive. Plug-ins for making the themes do what we want add up the $$ too. And most folks don’t have time to learn how to use complex themes or plug-ins, not to mention learning how to modify WP manually.
Like many others, I’ve found it difficult to get WP Post Formats (like aside posts, status posts, gallery posts, etc.) to work with my favorite themes. And I really want some variety in the way my posts look. So, what I’m doing now — again, as I used to do — is simply adding html to my new posts to create the looks I want.
You’ll notice that this post is styled a bit differently than the ones below. It’s an example of a subtle change that can create more visual interest and attention.
In the next few days, I’ll be showing you examples of ways to present your content differently and add variety to your post styles with a quick and simple code.
You’ll get both the demo of the style and the code for it from the article.
(Also, in other posts, I’m still going to be expanding the elements of performance and productivity that I promised in yesterday’s post.)