The Senses Lite theme offers a popular and trending design concept for personal and business blogging. Easy to customize with tons of options and great features, you can personalize it to your specific needs, starting with clean modern design, a powerful responsive framework that is built with html5 and css3.
Senses Lite starts you off with the Site Title and Tagline, but you have a Several options:
Senses Lite gives you the option to change the width of your website (pages) with several choices. By default, your web page will be full width, or 100% the width of your browser window.
With Senses Lite, you can choose the boxed layout of your choice or go for the full width layout (default). Because the default layout is set to full width, there is no reason to have the outer shadow (glow) surrounding your page content, but when you choose to use a boxed layout, you can enable an outer shadow.
Originally, the WordPress Custom Header feature was used to change the background header of themes, usually with a solid colour or image. Many themes now use it as another form of adding a banner image setup, but with Senses Lite, I decided to go back to what it was really meant to be used for, customizing your header background. Senses Lite gives you seveal options to consider:
Changing your blog style is not just for layout, but also for what style of featured image you want.
When you see the live demo site for Senses Lite, you will notice I have a banner image showing on the front page. This tutorial will help you to add one to your page like I did. Although there are a few ways you can do this, I will help you based on my method. There are plugins that lets you install an image or banner widget, allowing you to upload and set an image, but we are adding a caption box so this will require a text widget because we need to add some HTML code.
This will be a simple tutorial to help you make any text link as a button, including adding styling attributes such as colour and size.
This theme offers you a nice custom designed Error 404 page that you can change the various elements within it. To give you a quick peek at the error page, here is a screenshot:
This theme includes a few Post Formats for your blog. This tutorial will give you an introduction to the “Image Post Format” and how it works for the Senses theme. There are many styles for post formats with different themes — basically no real standard, so many theme authors create their own styles and methods. For Senses, I do mine in a unique way that capitalizes on the “Featured Image” for your posts. When published, this is how it will look: