Over the years, we have improved the service to handle different edge scenarios and generate high quality custom WordPress themes.
The latest version focuses on code quality. The generated theme follows the latest WordPress SEO and structured best practices. This means that if you are a developer who wants to make further modifications, the documentation will be laid out in a logical and organized manner.
If you’re not a developer, having a fast, secure, optimized, and modern code base will give you peace of mind.
We’d love to hear from you as this will continue to improve the theme matcher over time. Continue to send us an email to get back to the labor quickly!
On the next page, we’ll see a preview of our website and instructions on how to select a content area. Move the mouse over the page to select the most meaningful area. This is the area where WordPress posts and widgets will be populated in the final theme.
Getting the best area can be tricky, but if you can’t solve the problem, you can always go back and try again.
A typical WordPress blog has a large content area for posts, and a smaller sidebar with widgets such as recent posts, categories, ads, and more.
We can choose to put the sidebar on the left, right or not at all, just dedicate the entire area to blog posts.
We have a nice content area, but sometimes there are some elements on the template page that we don’t want to include in the blog theme.