Could you remember the first time you customized a theme on your WordPress blog? Well, I am sure that it is an experience that many of you would never forget.
In my case, I did plenty of tweaking with the intentions of having my WordPress theme looking outstanding.
In the past, I used to change my themes on a regular basis; I gave that sort of thing, a temporary rest, because I found it to be rather time-consuming.
It takes a whole lot out of us to place the layout exactly the way we want it; the location and the size of the widgets need to be appropriate, since they cannot be too big or too small; they must be just right and in a place where visitors to our blog can easily locate them.
And, if you are one of those people who have trouble deciding where things should be on you WordPress theme, it is going to take you almost half of your day to shuffle things around until you are finally pleased.
Thankfully, in the end, we were triumphant in the area of our blog customisation.
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