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Digital Signage Power uses Flatbook Theme (6 posts)

  1. DigitalSignagePower
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have to say that I am super happy with my choice of the flatbook theme for running my wordpress site. The theme is perfect for marketing my ebook Digital Signage Power. In addition to being flexible, the Developer who wrote the theme has been super helpful in supporting the theme.

    if anyone else is using flatbook theme let me know. I am curious to see what you are doing with it. Check out my site at http://www.digitalsignagepower.com. Leave me a pot or comment.
    Thanks!

  2. RossMitchell
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Seems to suit your purpose.

    Only criticism is that the 4 blocks selling your different offerings: paperbook/ebook/pdf/free, the $ amounts spill out of the frames, and the rectangles are different heights and have ragged top alignment. Is this what you want ?

  3. DigitalSignagePower
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Thanks for your feedback. I had to make some concessions due to the way that the template works. In order to change the text from "download" to "buy now" I had to mark the paperback as highlighted which raises it up a notch and colors it differently. It is a nice way to draw attention to a premium item.
    As for the prices spilling out of the frames I see that, and will have to work on that too.
    Thanks for your input!

  4. DigitalSignagePower
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    I have to tell you, kudos again to Erik Tailor the author of the template. I brought this issue to his attention and within a few hours he had a fix for me.
    Thanks!

  5. LSB Web Design
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    Your homepage is far too long and most users wont bother to scroll that far.

    The header logo image needs a bit of work and I feel some of the text is a little to faint to read properly.

    This text for example "The first chapter jumps right into what digital signage is, explains why now is the right time to learn digital signage, and lays out a plan on how you should get started."

  6. DigitalSignagePower
    Member
    Posted 1 year ago #

    LSB Thanks for your feedback. I took your advice and shortened the page. The header logo area is limited. I am still looking for the right graphic.

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