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It has been a BIG year at Slocum Studio.
We have been busy making new friends and new contacts via our web shows, “PressThis” and “Matt Report“.
Helping inspire and empower people to expand their blogging or business needs on both the casual and technical side of things is very rewarding.
How to use our Minimize Theme
The fact that you decided to install our theme excites us. We are equally excited to teach you EXACTLY how to use our Minimize theme.
The following page features documentation as well as video content to help you use the theme, from installation to use.
Most of the content below pertains to the deeper feature set of the pro version of our theme.
What is included in the Pro Version
While both the free and pro versions of our Minimize theme are indeed responsive, there are many reasons to upgrade.
Custom CSS and Styling
Colors and Web Fonts
You can always start with the free version and upgrade here when you are ready to make the jump.
Table of Contents
Install and activate
Great Plugin Suggestions
How to Install
– Back end of wordpress
Go to Themes
Click Activate under the Minimize Theme
Find right from the Theme Tab or the Theme Settings undertab
Logo, tagline, color, web font, featured image (talk about them)
Social Media Integration
SDS Social Media Widget
Input the hyperlinks in the theme settings
Implementing custom code (for developers)
Talk about the Blocks plugin
Designed to be lightweight and flexible
Not every plugin will work
Here is a list of good ones:
What is responsive design?
When a WordPress theme is responsive, that means it has been built from the ground up to smartly transition from computer, to smart phone, to tablet, to whatever.
Because Minimize is responsive, a website created using the software
Do you have any additional questions? We have a great support system.
You can also comment below so that we may respond in a timely fashion.
Week in WordPress official episodes + iTunes
Ok it seems there’s a bit of confusion because we stareted Week in WordPress with episode 0.
Back then we were just dipping our toe’s in the water to gauge the temperature. Sure enough it was warm and we dove in.
That said, now that we’re on iTunes, the episode #’s do not match up because we put up the “real number 1 first”. So for here on out and including YouTube we’ll make sure the numbers sync.
Without further delay, here’s episode 11!
Week in WordPress episode 10
We’ve got a special episode for you today.
First and foremost, Week in WordPress is finally on iTunes! You can subscribe to the channel here: Week in WordPress on iTunes
Now on to the fun stuff!
I’m away on vacation for the weekend so I let Brian Krogsgard run the ship. He invited Brian Richards and Pippin Williamson to join us on the program today. Both are two WordPress luminaries that I have a lot of respect for.
Accompanied as always by our very own Scott Sousa, they produced an amazing show for all of us! Enjoy!
Week in WordPress episode 8
This week’s episode really delivers on the heroics.
Some might say it’s uncanny. Pay attention or it might go by in a Flash!
Ok, enough of the super hero cliches.
Today we’re joined by Brian Krogsgard of Poststat.us and Thomas Griffin of Soliloquy slider to recap this week’s hottest WordPress news. We’re covering all of the #DramaPress surrounding some recent “masked men” on the WordPress scene and much more.
On to the show!
Week in WordPress Episode 7
It’s like Christmas in August!
So much great news this week surrounding what came of WordCamp San Francisco, The release of WordPress 3.6 and so much more within the community.
Our first special co-host this week is Eric Hamm of CobaltApps.com which I also had a chance to interview over on the Matt Report podcast. The second host that seems to need to introduction, Jeff Chander our acting WordPress correspondent from WPTavern.com 🙂
On to the show!
5 tips to create a great blog post
A Special Request from Slocum Studio