How To Change The Site Title & Description Text Font In Twenty Seventeen

The default site title and description texts have two variations. One for wider computer screens and one for narrows screens such as mobiles. The site title and description font text

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How To Remove Sticky Menu In Twenty Seventeen, And Make It UnSticky

The default main menu in Twenty Seventeen sticks to the top of the page after the header scrolls off the top of the page. The sticky behaviour can

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How To Make Twenty Seventeen Footer Content Be 50% Equal Width

The Footer 1 widget and Social navigation icons area in the footer of Twenty Seventeen are narrower than the Footer 2 widget and ‘Proudly powered by WordPress’ text

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How To Centre The Header Logo, Site Title & Description In Twenty Seventeen

The site branding elements in the header of Twenty Seventeen are left aligned. The logo, site title & description can be centred within the header. Share this:

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How To Change The Logo Size (Increase & Decrease) In Twenty Seventeen

The logo in Twenty Seventeen is a fixed size, and it’s width, and height, can be increased or decreased in size. Share this:

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How To Change The Front Page Panel Shaded Gradient In Twenty Seventeen

When using front page panels in Twenty Seventeen, the default gradient is a percentage shade of black from the bottom of the panel, to no shade at the

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How To Make The Menu Fit The Full Width Of The Screen In Twenty Seventeen

The default Twenty Seventeen main navigation menu uses less than the full width of the screen and is the same width content area and sidebar, especially on a

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How To Make Twenty Seventeen Full Width Of The Screen (Both Content And Sidebar Areas)

The default Twenty Seventeen content area and sidebar use less than the full width of the screen, especially on a laptop or computer screen. The total width of

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How To Reduce The Height Of Single Post And Page Featured Images In The Twenty Seventeen Theme

The default Twenty Seventeen post and page featured images appear quite large in height especially on a laptop or computer screen. The height of these featured images can

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How To Change Or Remove Proudly Powered By WordPress In The Footer Of Twenty Seventeen

The default Twenty Seventeen site footer has information text stating “Proudly powered by WordPress’ that links to wordpress.org. The text and link can be changed. Share this:

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