So today I decided to fool around with the latest new theme by StudioPress called “Daily Dish” which was designed for food bloggers and restaurants. Lately I have had quite a number of foodies contact me for customization services so instead of waiting, I wanted to play around and familiarize myself with this now.
Several years ago, StudioPress had a nonresponsive theme called, “Elle” which was retired. But when I first saw Daily Dish… Elle popped into my head. What I had in mind was to switch it around to showcase how you can utilize other layouts on the home page besides the default – show you more “real estate” you have to play with – such as ad space.
Check out my “I Love Food” demo version of what I came up with. It’s nothing fancy… but it was fun to do anyway! 🙂
One of the reasons why I love StudioPress and the Genesis Framework is because of it’s flexibility. For newbies though, there is a learning curve. I was once a newbie and just kept at it until I got it! Developers who volunteered on the StudioPress Community Forum were very helpful and that’s how I learned. I sure do miss the old forum. 🙁 Man, that thing was a gold mind… it was a great repository of information, but for all the pre- Genesis 2.0 and HTML5 themes.
This demo shows just a small portion of what you can do with one of the child themes you buy – whether it’s from StudioPress or another third-party Genesis Framework developer. You don’t have to keep it the way it is… customize it the way you want. And if you don’t have the skill sets to do… well… you can just hire someone to do it for you – someone like me! 🙂
Contact Me if you’d like theme support or customization. I’d love to hear from you!
Oh and before I forget… if you like the images you see on the demo, I’ve given attribution to them under the photos. Just click and view the post to see it! They were free, too!