Irrespective of how qualitative your content is, it is of no use if it goes out of sight. Though content is considered as the king of SEO, its visibility is important. Even if you keep posting regular content in timely intervals, it needs huge marketing to reach the masses. Keeping the marketing aside, at least the website should display the recent posts as a column on the site.
Many beginners think that the posts need to
be posted on the home page regularly. However, it is not so. There is a setting
in your theme’s customization to display the recent posts in whichever page you
want the content to show up.
Since Twenty-twenty is the newest default
theme on the WordPress, let us find out how to add the recent posts display
feature to your site.
Dashboard – appearance – Customization –
Home page Settings – Your latest posts – Publish
Other way through widgets:
Dashboard – Appearance – Customization – Widgets
– Select Footer 1 or 2 to display recent posts – Add a widget – Recent posts –
Set the number of posts to show – Publish
Preview the changes as your recent posts
start displaying on the home page. If there are no posts yet, you will not see
anyone. Make sure you add few posts before you preview the changes.
While struggling with the new website
customizing, there are some things that make the beginners insane and “Just
another WordPress site” is one such thing.
Irrespective of how beautiful the website is decorated, this one phrase
spoils the entire ambience.
However, it is not a difficult task to get rid
of this. This is set by default and appears on all those sites which are not
Let us see how we can get rid of this annoying
phrase on brand new websites:
Login to your site — Dashboard– Appearance — Customize — Site Identity – Tagline — Remove the default tag line “Just another WordPress site” and fill it with a custom tag line.
You also have an option not to put anything as
a tag line. Just remove it.
Save the changes and click on pre-view to find
the new change on your site. You will be thrilled for not finding the phrase
that bothered you so far!
The all new twenty-twenty theme has come up with many add-ons that help simplifying the theme customization. When you insert a twenty-twenty theme on your website, you can set the basic composition of your site from the appearance button itself.
It is the user’s choice to use a page builder later to add the X factor to it or not. The basic Twenty-twenty theme once set on the website does the fundamental job of making it look like website. You can add a back ground image, change the color of header and the footer, add logo, tag line, site icon or the favicon, site title, etc. without a big effort. Let us see how to customize the colors of links, buttons and featured images on this theme.
How to change colors of links, buttons and featured images?
theme on your website
Activate the theme
Tap on Appearance – Customize — Colors – Primary Color – Select the color of your choice – Publish – Preview the changes
In the same page, you can set the background color and header and footer color as well.
It is essential to modify your website once in a while to give it a new appeal and to break the monotony. However, it was a job of coding earlier. But WordPress brings in new themes in regular intervals with advanced features.
Twenty-twenty is the new default theme replacing Twenty nineteen. The color settings of this new theme are inclusive of:
color (it has a cream color in default)
color as a default color for both the header and footer backgrounds
default color is pink
WordPress has set its new theme in a way that the elements’ color on the site is calculated on the basis of the back ground colors automatically. With this, the admin can make sure that the site has a high color contrast enough that the users be able to read them.
How to change back ground colors on a WordPress website: