How to Fix a WordPress Website with No Margins

Many times we are not happy with the look of a WordPress website. Whether it’s because we want to change something, or it’s just not working well for us, or our clients. We might know how to make a blog work but not sure if it’s responsive, or the colors just don’t look right, or there’s something broken with the code. In this guide, we will discuss how to fix a WordPress website with no margins. This will help you get your site up and running quickly and easily and enable you to make changes as needed.

Step one: Backup Your Site

It’s important to back up your site before making any changes. This will help you prevent any issues from arising due to something you changed. While it’s not always possible to prevent errors, it is possible to reduce the impact that they have on your site. This is especially important if you are changing something fundamental like the theme or adding a new functionality to the site. Many times, these changes require a backup and restore process. This is particularly time consuming.

Backing up your WordPress site is extremely simple. All you need to do is visit the Dashboard of your site and click on the ‘Save’ button next to the ‘Plugins’ section. This will save a backup copy of all of your active plugins and themes to your computer. Some WordPress users choose to save this to an external device such as an external hard drive or cloud storage. No matter where you choose to back up your site, ensure that you also write down the URL so that you can easily reach it when needed. Additionally, many web hosts such as Bluehost, offer a one-click solution to generate a daily backup of your entire WordPress site. This can be easily accessed from the hosting control panel. This is a good choice to make since it lessens the workload and saves you time in the long run.

Step two: Install a Theme Reviewer Extension

Installing a Theme Reviewer extension is an easy way to find out if a certain theme will work for you or your site before installing it on your site. This tool integrates with your WordPress dashboard and allows you to inspect various aspects of the theme, such as the layout, color scheme, and font face. In addition, you can get an overview of how the theme will look on your site, provide feedback, and see what other users have to say about the theme. Installing a Theme Reviewer plugin is very simple. You simply need to visit the WordPress Dashboard of your site and click on the ‘Plugins’ section. This will open the ‘Plugins’ dashboard. Here, you will see a ‘+’ symbol. Click on this symbol and a drop-down menu will appear. Choose ‘Theme Reviewer’ from the list and click ‘Install’.

Once installed, you will see an additional section in the ‘Plugins’ dashboard called ‘Theme Reviewer’. To use this section, click on the ‘Review Themes’ tab and you will see a list of themes. Click on the theme you want to review and a preview of the theme will appear in a small window at the top of your dashboard.

Step three: Choose A Good Theme

After you installed the Theme Reviewer plugin, you will see a list of themes. Choose a theme that you like and is simple to use. Themes with a lot of features can be very complicated to use and might require a lot of effort if you’re not familiar with designing websites or using plugins. Before making any changes to your site, try out the theme you chose on an isolated copy of your site. If you are unable to get the design you want on a clean installation of WordPress, it might be a good idea to choose a different theme.

While it can be tempting to choose a free theme since they often have gorgeous designs and lots of features, it is important to keep in mind that not all free themes are created equal. Some themes might contain malware or other harmful content. In these cases, you might want to choose an alternative. Another thing to keep in mind is that many free themes are designed for blogs. If you are using your site for business purposes, it might not be the best idea to choose a free theme. Finally, make sure that the theme you choose is compatible with your chosen web host’s service. This will ensure that you can easily install and activate the theme should you choose to go this route.

Step four: Choose An Adjustable Layout

While we all love a nice, clean blog design that fits perfectly on any device, sometimes we need something a little bit more flexible. An adjustable layout is exactly what you need if you are running a WordPress blog and want to change the design slightly with each new post. An adjustable layout is also a good choice if you are using your site for business purposes and want to make sure that the layout looks the same on all devices.

To use an adjustable layout, go back to the dashboard of your blog and click on the ‘Design’ tab. From here, you can change the theme of your site by clicking on the ‘Select Theme’ button. Once the theme has changed, you can click on the ‘Save Settings’ button at the bottom of the page to save the changes. To switch back to your previous theme, simply click on the ‘Select Theme’ button and choose the one you previously downloaded. Each time you switch back and forth between themes, your site will automatically update its design to fit the selected theme.

Step five: Test Your New Theme

Once you’ve chosen a theme and installed it on your site, it’s time to test it out. Visit the dashboard of your site and click on the ‘Design’ tab. From here, you can choose between the different options available for your site. Once you make your selection, click on the ‘Preview’ button. This will open up a new window showing you the design of your site as you previously made it look. Should you find something wrong with the design, simply go back to the dashboard and click on the ‘Edit’ tab. Here, you can make changes to the theme using the drag-and-drop builder should you find something incorrect.

Once you’ve made all the desired changes, click on the ‘Save Settings’ button to save them. Finally, if you want to preview how a change will look before actually implementing it, you can also click on the ‘Live Preview’ button. This will open up a new window showing you the design as you previously made it look. Once you’re happy with the preview, simply click on the ‘Update’ button at the top right of the page to implement the changes.

Visiting the WordPress Dashboard and going through these steps will get you up and running with a new, clean copy of your site in no time. Of course, this is only the basic step-by-step guide. Depending on your own experience level, this might take you some time to get used to. However, if you are already familiar with WordPress, you will find it an easy process and one that will save you a lot of time in the long run.