A creative theme for children can be pretty powerful.
If you have kids, chances are they love seeing cute little faces and learning about all the different worlds they can discover.
They can also be creative, making a lot of changes in the themes design to keep the designs child-like.
In this tutorial, we’ll show you how to make a theme for kids that is very cute and very child-oriented.
The theme looks amazing and has tons of options for creating your own unique style and style for your child.
You can also customize it for different age groups, such as preschool, elementary, high school, and even kindergarten.
We will be making this theme for both preschoolers and kindergartners.
The first step is to make sure your theme is ready for installation.
Open your theme folder.
Go to your theme’s home page and find the files for the theme.
These files include the code for your theme, a logo, and an image.
Open the file for your children theme.
For example, in my case, I made my theme in Photoshop.
Select your theme in the sidebar.
Select the icon to add it to the theme folder, and click Add.
You will get a popup that shows a list of files for your themes.
You may need to scroll through them to see which files are included in your theme.
Next, you will need to choose your file type.
We’ll be creating a child-safe theme, so click Add file to create a new file.
If all went well, your theme should now look like this.
If not, click the plus sign next to your file to add the file.
You should now see a list with files in it.
Select each file to open it and click OK.
The file will be saved and your theme will be ready to use.
Now that you have your theme ready, you can add a custom background for your kid.
Go back to your children page and click on the Add children link at the top of the page.
Enter the name of your child and then click Next.
If everything is going well, you should get this page.
Next up is making a list to add to the children’s section.
Go ahead and click Next when the file is finished.
If your theme has more than one section, click Add child sections to add each section separately.
Add a children’s font to your child’s theme.
Open up your theme and go to the Add kids tab.
Under Children section, find the font file for the children section.
Click Add child section to add your child to the child section.
Make your child theme look like the one in the screenshot below.
Your child theme should look similar to this.
Now, when your child opens your theme from within your WordPress theme folder (or any other theme folder), the children theme will appear.
This is pretty simple.
Your theme now has an image for the kids section and a list for the font.
You just need to add an image to the font and add a name to the name field.
You do this by clicking the Add child image button.
The next step is making your theme more child-centric.
Go and add your favorite words to the kids theme.
I recommend using a word processor like WordPad or WordPerfect.
Add the word in the kids area of your theme by clicking Add kids image button, and then clicking Add child word.
Add some more words in the children area.
You want your children to be able to type a few words at a time, but not have to learn all of them at once.
Add an icon to the text field to have them select a word and then type it.
Next add a header for your kids.
Select all of the kids text and choose the Add header button.
This will bring up a header that looks like this:
Now, add a button for your parents.
This button is going to be a big help in your children’s theme making process.
Select both the children and the parents text fields.
When you add your button, make sure to select all of your children text fields and make sure that the text for the parent field is selected.
The parent text field will be automatically added to the parents header.
When the parent text fields are selected, your parent should see a message like this when they hover their mouse over the parent’s text: