This is a follow-up of the Customizing WordPress With Jetpack’s CSS Style Sheet Editor post. I realized that some people don’t want to get stuck using plugins like Jetpack so this post is a quick “how to” on using custom CSS and a simple WordPress child theme.
I just finished a new WordPress theme! It’s called Gauze. The name came from the pattern I used for the background. This theme is pretty basic but I did add a few nice features that I think you all might like.
After I finished my site I changed the header and colors and made another Twenty Eleven child theme for you all to download. Keep in mind that this theme uses the featured thumbnail option for each post. So before you post anything you will need to login into your WordPress admin area, find the menu called settings and then click on media. Next change the thumbnail settings to a width of 600px and a height of 175px. Make sure you crop the area of the image that you want to show as your featured thumbnail. Changes I made: I again
I just finished my first Twenty Eleven child theme for WordPress! I added a wide side bar, moved the site title on top of the header image. The new size for the header is 1000px width X 175px height. The font I added is called Oswald from Google fonts. Download Please let me know if you have any troubles. UPDATE: I forgot to add the CSS for the wp-pagenai plugin.Â After you install the theme. Upload the file pagenavi-css.css to your theme directory. Download pagenavi-css