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Headway’s Content Block is quite versatile. Hopefully this series is showing just that. In today’s video I’m going to show you how to go through breaking down iThemes’ Cohen theme’s content area and show you how to create it with Headway’s Content Block. iThemes creates some really impressive themes for their Builder framework. There’s definitely no reason you can’t do that with Headway. This too was a bit challenging to create and required me to pause quite a few times to think (without wasting too
Hopefully you are ready for another screencast! In this one we’re going to take a look at how to build the Theme Trust Hayden theme’s content area. I had a bit of fun with this and had to pause the video a couple of times to think about how to solve the issue. I left a lot of my thinking process in with this one though so you get a good idea of my thought process for this one. It definitely was one that was
In my previous post, Multiple Ways to Use Headway’s Content Block, I showed 5 examples of great design choices for content areas. Today, I’m starting a 5 post series that will show you how to do each one. This post is all about the Woothemes Hub content area, particularly this one. In the screencast, which runs about 20 minutes, I’ll walk you through disecting what Woothemes does with the content area, and how to setup and design your content block in Headway. Hopefully
With Headway 3.6 finally out the door, it’s time to start taking a look at the new Design Editor and some of the options you can use with the Content Block. The content block has always had a lot of options, but with Headway 3.6 you can really start to take your designs to the next level. Let’s take a look at a couple of examples to see what some possibilities could be. WooThemes – Hub With Hub, you have something simple on the
Managing your own server can be a lot of work. But it can also be one of the most rewarding experiences as you get to learn by trial and error. Did you know that you can manage WordPress in the command line? WordPress development by itself does not mean you need to use the command line at all. For a long time I didn’t use anything in the command line. It wasn’t until I started working with Ruby on Rails that I was forced to
In the past 18 months, I’ve spent a lot of time understanding Inbound marketing. For those that don’t know what inbound marketing is, the basis is advertising a company, product or service through blogs, podcasts, screencasts, eBooks, and many more. There’s 4 typical actions to inbound marketing, attract, convert, close, delight. Attract The first action to an effective Inbound Marketing campaign is that we need to attract the correct customers. We ultimately want these people to become leads and finally happy customers. So who do