If you’re new to WordPress and not familiar with CSS code, making small but essential design tweaks to your WordPress theme can be frustratingly (and perhaps surprisingly) hard. If you’ve lost several hours searching for things like “wordpress change font size” or “wordpress change background” you’ll know what I mean. And it’s of little comfort when you finally do find a forum thread on the subject that cheerily tells you that all you need to do is open up your style.css file, navigate through the Egyptian Hieroglyphics commonly referred to as CSS code, and begin confidentially rewriting it. Well I’m pleased to tell you that, as of February 1st 2012, there is another way. It goes by the name Microthemer.
With Microthemer, WordPress Users Can:
- Make design alterations to well over 100 subsections of a web page (e.g. the header, logo, site title, description, headings, widgets, post summaries, single posts, pages, sidebars, comments, reply forms, the footer, images, lists, links etc etc)
- Apply over 80 different style definitions for each subsection of a web page (e.g. font family, line height, text shadow, text color, background image, background image position, width, height, padding, border, margin, position, background gradients, rounded corners and box shadow)