1. Jeffro

    I like how the content is centered. For me though the site is just too darn busy and big. Why are the images so dog gone big! I’d like to see that left sidebar in Ridizain disappear and then shrink the featured content area a bit while adding another featured post spot so there is 4 of them. Then, stretch the actual content portion out to 600 or so pixels leaving the right side bar as is.

    Overall, nice to see a different take on the 2014 idea.


  2. Keith Davis

    “…the site is just too darn busy and big.”
    I hate busy sites and I have to agree with Jeffro, this one is busy.

    Having said that… some people love busy sites and my appreciation to the peeps who have put in their own time to give us a free theme.

    In the end it’s all a matter of personal preference.


  3. zulfnore

    @Sarah – I must say thank you for the great write up and featuring Ridizain on WPTavern. :)
    I intend to keep up with all developments in Twenty Fourteen and carrying over any and all major changes/additions to the theme – may aim is to keep Ridizain in line with Twenty Fourteen to the fullest as far as I can without breaking or compromising the design.

    @Jeffro – I agree that the site looks busy but the reason for that is because its a demo site purposely built to highlight the many features of the theme. End users can omit certain elements to unbusy their sites (if unbusy is a word) :)

    I also have the Fourteen Extended plugin for Twenty Fourteen which has more options to make site less busy and will be adding those to Ridizain as I continue to develop and enhance the theme.

    I love constructive criticisms – I see them as a push/way for me to improve.


  4. Rajesh Ghadge

    Can some one tell me how to add some custom pages on the child theme of ridizain as its creating error msgs while editing the page or post


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