Start with a Theme: Twenty Fourteen
All great WordPress sites start with a great theme. Twenty Fourteen is the default: a new, magazine-style theme with a heavy focus on images and content. In this quick course, Morten-Rand Hendriksen walks through the setup and configuration of Twenty Fourteen, and then helps you get the most out of advanced options such as the featured content grid or slider, custom menus and sidebars, and featured images.
Hi, I'm Morten Rand-Hendriksen, Staff Author at lynda.com and I'm excited to welcome you to start with the theme 2014. We'll start out by looking at the theme and looking at the basic customization options available to you. We'll look at the different configuration options including custom menus, and custom side bars. We'll take a close look at the new advanced featured content area that displays on front page of the theme.
And we'll look at how you can use post formats, and the custom Twenty Fourteen Ephemera widget to display your content, in a different way. So let's get cracking, Start with a Theme: Twenty Fourteen.
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