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WordPress

adot
adot
22,442 Points

Bootstrap to Wordpress

Hello All,

Zac said to share when I build out a theme so.... here is the project that I took from a static html with Bootsrap framework to Wordpress with Bootstrap framework. Would love some feedback website is www.abbeyhillrealty.com

3 Answers

Andrew Shook
Andrew Shook
31,709 Points

Adot, my over all impression of the site is that it is too dark. I would recommend getting rid of the textures gray background. I would also recommend making the blue background for the navbar full width. Make the active and hover state for the nav links the same. Add some padding/ margins to your rows, all the content looks squished together. On the contact us page, make the google map responsive and remove the thumbnail div from around the buttons since .thumbnail and .btn have different border radii. Instead add a class to the buttons like ".white-border" and in the css give that selector the property of border: 4px solid #fff. This will give you the same effect. Nice work

adot
adot
22,442 Points

Thanks for the great tips and feedback. The darkness is a concern for me but gave them what they wanted. I will have to work on my approach to those types of things when it comes to a client.

Zac Gordon
STAFF
Zac Gordon
Treehouse Guest Teacher

I would throw in there adding a little more margin between some of the elements before and after the main content :)