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We’re excited to tell you about two new improvements to our WP-EZ Website Builder.
First, we’ve added the Frozen Sidebar family of themes, which includes 16 new themes. Frozen Sidebar themes feature site title, slogan, social media icons and navigation menu in a left sidebar that stays “frozen” while scrolling down the main content area. Also, some of the page templates also have semi-transparent content areas which give you a hint of the cool background image showing through the content.
Themes - Today - Themes - Menu - Users
While most website themes today (including most WP-EZ themes) feature a horizontal menu across the top, we wanted to give our users who like the classic vertical menu on the left side another theme option.
There are 4 variations of the Frozen sidebar:
Addition - Variations - Theme
In addition to the classic white, there are also blue, red, and yellow variations of each theme.
Check out the video tour of the Frozen Sidebar Church theme.
Frozen - Sidebar - Themes - MyOCC - Change
You can change to one of the Frozen Sidebar themes by logging into MyOCC and clicking the “Change Theme” button to the right of your website address.
If you are already using one of our newer, WP-EZ 2.0 themes, we have made it easier than ever to switch to another WP-EZ theme by giving you the option to just change your theme and not your pages.
Features - WP-EZ - Website - Builder - Version
One of the best features of the WP-EZ Website Builder (version 2.0) is that every theme comes with Pages Templates. Page Templates are pre-defined pages with sample text and sample images, already laid out in a beautiful format, so that all you have to do is swap in your text and images in place of the sample text and images and you have a great looking web page.
Previously, when changing themes, the page templates for that theme were automatically loaded into the website as unpublished “drafts.” The web...
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