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Without any doubt, WordPress has transformed the blogging world recently. What once needed major technical talents, blog creation is now virtually automated and even Grandmothers are leaping onto the bandwagon. Luckily, finding and installing brand new blog themes onto your WordPress installation couldn't be less complicated - and in numerous cases - completely free. While there are countless strategies for installing new blog themes, the most straightforward have a tendency to be the best. And, the best way to change your WordPress theme is to simply do it from inside WordPress itself. The standard WordPress installation contains a considerable number of customization features covering font size, font colours, Plug ins , and such like. One of those customization features is named "Appearance" - or the place where you can manage your themes, among other settings. Once inside, you will need to navigate to "Appearance" -- "Add New Themes" -- "Find Themes". This could take you to the area where you can scan, preview and install a wide range of free WordPress themes.
O.K , now you have that brilliant new theme added to your library, what do you do with it? Any new blog theme that you add must be turned on before your viewing public will see it. Again, this is very easy to do from inside your WordPress installation. There are paid and free versions to choose from, paid are usually better supported.
This time, you are going to need to choose the 'Themes ' menu item. On the right-hand side of the screen, you will see a listing of all of the themes - including the default ones - that you have installed so far. There are lots of thousands of free WordPress blog themes wafting around the web nowadays, just waiting for you to scoop them up. And, a lot of them aren't necessarily available from inside your WordPress installation.
but the ones that are generally accessible should be sufficient for you to get a taste of what type of 'Face-Lifts ' can be done with WordPress with little effort concerned.