By default, WordPress does not offer any kind of widget styling other than plain basic looking widgets in a page. Unless a theme provides you with its own custom default styling, we are at the mercy of using a plugin to achieve this — which is actually a good thing.
The logo bar area of the front page looks like this:
The icon boxes can be done with a text widget, but we will be using the Black Studio TinyMCE Widget plugin for this. The reason is that we can easily add icons using the Better Font Awesome plugin to get better functionality to create this:
When you see the landing page (front page) of the live demo site, you will see a photo of a tablet being held and then some text content to the right of it. This is the main content area of the page where you can create anything you want by creating or opening this page up in the editor.
Not technically a portfolio, but it’s more of a gallery that can be used to showcase whatever you want.
This can be considered a caption box, but for the live demo site, it looks like this:
We will be creating three image boxes like this:
This will be a fairly simple tutorial, but let’s make the call to action that you see on the demo site:
Adding a front page banner is generally the first thing you would do. Although you do not have to have a banner, you can also put in a slider as well (I recommend Smart Slider 3). To help you with this setup, you can refer to another tutorial called “Add a Banner to your Page” which gives you additional information, but we will make this tutorial a quick one. We will make a banner like this:
Currently at this time, Influential has one landing page template that you can use. You can see this template in action by visiting the live demo site: