How do I change the font size? Why is the background blue? These are questions easily answered through the Chrome Developer Tools. Anyone wanting to do any customization of a web site needs to be familiar with them.
Updated April 30, 2017: This is the presentation given at WordCamp Chicago. Thanks to the many people who came to the presentation and offered comments and compliments!
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At the bottom of a list of posts, WordPress puts navigation to newer and older posts. Typically, the linkage is “older posts” and “newer posts”, so your visitor can move one page at a time in either direction. There’s a quick way to modify your theme to use pagination like this:
Here’s links to the pagination code, the styling, and what to modify on your template(s).
Check out the buttons on Great Harvest’s home page. It’s just text and CSS. Once you’ve defined the class and put it into the site’s style sheet, creating a button is as easy as this:
<a class="myButton" href="target.html">Button Text</a>