Welcome to the Tutorial!
WordPress comes with super handy blocks to make the process of making pages super easy!
How to create fancy cards
These are specific elements that go with the overall design of the Kingdom Website Theme.
This is the column block with 3 columns
This is the first column and this is some paragraph text
I have a grey background that makes me look like stone
This is the second column with an XL header and a white background and red font
the separator is at default length
I have a yellow background that makes me look like gold! Please only use me for very important things =)
This is a new Column block with 2 columns split evenly, this is the daylight color
My background color is green!
The font of the button is blue to make it more visible. The radius (corners) of the button is set to 10px
This is the second column with an H1 header, a font size of 55, yellow text and a black background
This is another column block with just this column with a blue (‘alt blue’) background
this is a an H1 header
And this is an H2 header
As you can see, the H1 header is less visible than the H2 due to a lack of text shadow, please make sure you use high contrast colors when using H1
This has a red background
This has a dark red background
its called ‘Primary’ in the color selection menu
And this has a blue background
This has a patterned background
“custom background” in the color selection menu
Column background colors without styling
this is a wide line separator
This has a brown background
This has a “daylight” background
This has a ‘dusty sun’ background
This has a “custom shadow” background
And this is the custom gold which is currently not working (will be fixed soon)
The ‘Dos’ and ‘Donts’ of good content design
- Do make things interesting – Don’t make them too busy
- Do make things informative – Don’t copy/paste walls of text, nobody will read it
- Do add images (but sparingly as they increase loading times and our website is primarily for informational purposes)
Please do not upload documents to website directly. All documents are uploaded to the Kingdom Microsoft Office 365 account you have access to through your officer email. Your permissions allow you to upload any new documents to your Office folder on OneDrive, instructions on how to do so were included in your website access email.