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  • Hello Great WordPressers,

    Pls kindly advice on what reliable wordpress free theme I can use to achieve a similar sitename/logo – main menu relationship layout as in the link provided where
    – the site name/logo is boldly stand-alone, followed underneath by
    – the main menu, followed underneath by
    – full width 5-6 images slider with donation button, followed by
    – content (body)

    Any additional advice and help will be highly appreciated,
    thanks a lot

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Volunteer Moderator

    Everything you’ve described, Twenty Nineteen already does, except the slider.

    You can probably take care of that with one of the many slider plugins available.

    With that said, Twenty Nineteen doesn’t look exactly like the theme you’re referring to, of course. To get that, you’ll need to buy that theme: https://www.organizedthemes.com/theme/foundation/

    learningtodoit

    (@learningtodoit)

    Thanks a lot James.
    Your reply is highly reassuring.

    I’ll go ahead and get my hands dirty with Twenty Nineteen because I was made to understand that the referenced theme was going to be “retired” ‘

    Before, I mark this topic resolved, may I ask if there is any detailed documentation on how to customize Twenty Nineteen pls.?
    None of those that I found is of much benefit.

    Thanks a lot.

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Volunteer Moderator

    You can find Twenty Nineteen’s documentation at https://wordpress.org/support/article/twenty-nineteen/

    stilman davis

    (@stilman-davis)

    I would like to chip in here, as an interested WP user. Whatever you start to do when changing your theme, do it with a Child Theme. (In your case a Child of twenty-nineteen. There are lots of plugins to help make up a Child.) Everything you say you want to do would not interfere with the theme itself, but any customisation should be in its own space, and I would always recommend a Child to do it in.

    I hope all goes well.

    Moderator James Huff

    (@macmanx)

    Volunteer Moderator

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