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  • #27106

    seanw
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    I’ve published my first site as a Studiopress customer and Genesis user. i used the Executive child theme. Must admit, I found it all quite easy (I’m not a WordPress guru by any stretch of the imagination)! Great and helpful tutorials. Take a peek and let me know what you think…

    http://www.pennineitservices.com

     

    #27179

    Dorian Speed
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    Very nice!

    I have a couple of unsolicited pieces of advice:
    1. Change the favicon from the default “G” that comes with the theme. I usually create an image in Photoshop, shrink it down to 16px square, and upload it to favicon.cc to have it coverted to a favicon. You can then transfer it via FTP into your theme’s images directory.
    2. The logo has some “noise” in it. You can actually just use text there, or you could resave the logo as a .png file. It would probably remove a lot of the squiggly lines you see around the text. (And if I’m telling you stuff you already know, my apologies!)


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    #27182

    seanw
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    Thanks for the comments and advice Dorian, much appreciated.  I’ll follow the advice :)

    #27234

    noah
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    I think that looks really good. Congratulations. I think the typography of the business name could be more elegant. The main photo needs attention, and so does the one of you, which is a snap really. I’d get a proper portrait.

    #27481

    seanw
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    Thanks for the feedback Noah. I’ll get a photo taken. I’ll get the typography and the main pic cleaned up.

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