Personalize your Site Appearance

takes full advan­tage of the Cus­tomiz­er to make man­ag­ing col­ors, fonts, lay­out and more set­tings, through­out your site as easy as pos­si­ble.

And what bet­ter way to make style twists than with the live pre­view? Sim­ply change any set­ting and see it take effect right way from Appear­ance  Cus­tomize. Make sure it rep­re­sents your over­all style and is in line with your brand per­son­al­i­ty. Con­sis­ten­cy mat­ters and helps you stand out from the crowd.

Style Presets

We know that a web­site has to match your style, there­fore, we’ve added sev­er­al pre­set styles to try out before you start ful­ly cus­tomiz­ing your dig­i­tal crib. It offers you a wider per­spec­tive on what to expect at the end of the per­son­al­iza­tion process, so you don’t have any sur­pris­es.

One of the most vis­i­ble parts of the web­site is the Head­er area. Here, you can change the Lay­out, Col­ors, and Fonts of the Logo, as well as the Nav­i­ga­tion area.

Main Content

The Main Con­tent sec­tion rep­re­sents the spot­light of the web­site and it high­lights your con­tent from the blog post pages.

The last, but not least sec­tion of a web­site is the Foot­er. Here you can dis­play copy­right text and much more than that.

Blog Grid Items

The main page of your web­site is the blog post archive. This show­cas­es the arti­cles from your web­site in a fash­ion­able man­ner, and helps you grab the right type of atten­tion.

This article applies to Gema, Hive, and Patch as they share the same underlying structure.

Updated on September 20, 2017

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