Design Features Responsive design : Designed to provide optimal viewing experience across wide range of devices from Desktop to mobile phones. Minimalist design : Want to have a simple but beautiful website? This template has minimal design by giving importance to content. Post Thumbnails : Show a thumbnail image (small image) for every post using this template. Good Typography : Shortnotes Blog template has beautiful Typography (font styles). Your website will look beautiful and readable. Custom web fonts : Shortnotes Blog template uses Web fonts like Google Fonts. Improve your website typography by using custom fonts.
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Customization Features HTML Menu : Navigation menu for this template is customizable in HTML. Edit the HTML to add your menu links. Widget Ready : Shortnotes Blog template comes with many widgetized area. Add your widgets easily using this template.
More Features SEO Ready : Shortnotes Blog template is optimized for Search engines like Google. This template helps your website to rank higher in search engines. RSS Buttons : Shortnotes Blog template comes with RSS Buttons. Let your user follow you using your RSS feed. Social Buttons : This template comes with social buttons like facebook, twitter etc., Let your users share your content easily. Search box : Shortnotes Blog template has search box in it. Search box helps your user to find the content easily on your site.
Set up Social Icons : After installing this template, go to Template — Edit HTML and find following code. Update the Social links with your links.
Configure Sidebar Menu : Go to Template — Edit HTML and find following code. Update the Menu name and link.
Configure Small Screen Menu : Go to Template — Edit HTML and find following code. Update the Menu name and link. This menu will appear on mobile devices.
Configure Recent Posts Widget : GO to Layout — Click Edit on Recent Posts Widget. Then, place the following code in the Content box.
Set up Categories Widget : If you want to acheive the Categories look like in our demo then use Display mode as “Cloud”.