Holy Smokes! I have been looking into the WordPress themes and their creation and I have to say that this is going to be tougher than I thought. I might have to start taking some online classes or something. Reading a book and following along with a few tutorials is NOT going to cut it. Every time I look at something I get more lost.
Is it standard to only be able to have 5 or 6 nav buttons / links per line? My big question right now is how can you – OR – Can you adjust a theme’s nav bar to be able to add more pages without it going to the next line?
Enough complaining! I do like the ease of use on some things. It is pretty easy to install plugins and widgets and get them to work. I also like that WordPress sites usually look very professional, well business casual anyway. I have only seen one Worpress site that was visually horrific. The site designer let the client walk all over the design. *shudder* No I am not going to pass on what site it is, that would be rude and unprofessional. I also am generally impressed with the number of plugins and widgets you can get. There is a way to add just about everything that a person would need. If you can’t find it put the idea out there and some coding genius will make it happen. Awesome!
If anyone can recommend a good set of WordPress instructional vids (free would be amazing) it would really help me out 🙂