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I have a template in the HTML section that I turned into a Wordpress theme. Although the “standards have changed since the approval of [my] HTML Template”.


Any ideas on what to change?

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I quite like it actually.

i suppose the only things I would look at changing is:

Bright Colours – these are okay, maybe see what it looks like with it toned down a little.

Stock Photo – try and change this, it’s so cliche lol.

Otherwise it’s good, and it’s hard to do Wordpress themes. Over at www.jeffadams.co.uk (my own site) I even used a theme made by someone else becuase I found it really hard to work out wordpress.

Keep at it though, you’ll be fine I’m sure!

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