10 Ways to Install Accordion Menus in Your WordPress Theme

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Today you will learn 10 ways to install accordion menus in your Worpress theme!

This will help to organize your blog, make your site look more professional, and possibly save you some precious real estate in your layout. Real estate on a blog is as important as it is in the real world (especially in congested areas), you need to make the most out of your space as you can.

accordion-handsAccordion menus get their name from the instrument of the same name. Much like the bellows going in and out as someone plays music on an accordion, an accordion menu expands and contracts from user interaction, one section at a time.

This way top level names are listed at all times, but sub-categories and child items are only exposed as each section is expanded. Your visitors only see what they need to at any given time.

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How to Style Your Articles Differently Using HTML Tables

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Have you ever used tables in your articles? These days most people haven’t.

HTML tables were used a lot a few years ago but nowadays most people have forgotten about them.

Maybe it is because designers used to have to design web sites by using tables in the early days. Since this was a very confusing way to style web sites it created a rather negative feeling towards using tables. No matter what the actual reason was, tables are still a great way to present content.

They make is so easy at presenting information that once you get the hang of it you never want to have to miss them again.

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Logo Design for a Sophisticated Brand

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Every blog has a unique audience, so the blog itself has to find a way to appeal to that audience.

One of the most difficult audiences to capture can be that of a sophisticated consumer. It can be difficult to achieve the prestigious, refined image you desire, without appearing outdated.

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How Do Cheaters Redesign And Still Win?

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It takes a lot of work to redesign a blog. More time than you might have at the minute.

But your blog is starting to feel stale and the little things that always annoyed you about it are finally getting to you, so what can you do?

Fix just one thing.

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Even Links Can Look Good

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Changing the style of your links is probably the easiest change you can make in your design.

If you aren’t sure how to do it, there is a good explanation at Echo Echo. It will show you how.

It takes only seconds to try out a new look for your links. With that in mind, here are some of the best ways to style your links, to both look good and be usable at the same time.

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Hiring Blog Design Writers, $50 per post!

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writer I want to make Pro Blog Design better. I’m open to any suggestions you have for that, but the first step I want to take is to add more writers to the site.

I will still be writing regularly, but with others on board, it means more points of view, more topic variety, and most importantly, more frequent posting!

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7 Elements to Make Your Blog Look Great

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In What Makes a Design Good?, I talked about the technical aspects of a good design, like site and user goals, branding, and distinction.

I did not however answer the question of what makes a design look good. What makes one blog visually attractive, but makes another one ugly?

There is no mathematical solution, but there is an artsy one. A good looking design is a combination of a number of factors. If your blog succeeds in each of these areas, then the overall effect will be an appealing design.

designtext Image by Nir Tober.

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