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Here you can choose between responsive (automatic size) ad unit and fixed sizes. In general, wider ad units perform better. In most cases you can choose responsive ad unless you want a fixed size ad. In such case choose one of recommended ad sizes, which have shown to perform well across a variety of sites. Ad sizes that perform well on mobile are shown with a mobile icon.
Moreover, Voyager can display your images and content beautifully across the board. Multipurpose, flexible shortcode functionality permits easy modification of any page on your website to that it looks and responds exactly how you want it to. Powered by CSS3 and HTML5, the developers packed Voyager with a top of the line graphic effects, from fluidly animated transitions to responsive Sliders and sophisticated Parallax custom headers. Furthermore, Voyager’s uniquely malleable Footer widget will integrate your website with many custom features and modifiable options you won’t remember your website’s navigation before it.
Create a basic logo using a program like InDesign or Photoshop or a text editor (note: even though we have no design skills, we were able to use Apple’s Pages application to create our simple logo after downloading some free vector art and choosing the typeface/font [Helvetica Neue] that best suited our aesthetic), or you can hire someone like 99designs to design a professional logo.
WordPress is software designed for everyone, emphasizing accessibility, performance, security, and ease of use. We believe great software should work with minimum set up, so you can focus on sharing your story, product, or services freely. The basic WordPress software is simple and predictable so you can easily get started. It also offers powerful features for growth and success.