A great product comes with great packaging. When you develop a website for your client, packing it well adds the additional feel good factor. Most clients don’t understand the efforts that you have put into creating a dynamic website, or the 1000 lines of code that you have written to create a custom plugin. All they care about is what they see.
WordPress out of the box is well designed & looks as good as any commercial product. Few extra touches would further make it more personal to the client instead of looking general. This article will focus on packaging WordPress better in just few minutes after completion of a project to make it feel more unique to the client and not have the generic feel. Without going into the detailed explanation of WordPress core functions, we will only focus on quick customization.
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