Jetpack offers a range of tools to help you customize the way your site looks.
Tired of the same old site design? Jetpack offers several features to help you spruce up your site’s appearance.
Whether you want to implement custom CSS to change your colors and fonts or speed up your site by delivering your images from WordPress.com’s servers with our savvy image CDN, you can do it all with Jetpack.
Here are some resources to help get you started:
- Content Options - Content Options allows site owners to make small visual modifications across their site, like hiding the post date or displaying an excerpt instead of a full post.
- Custom Content Types - The Custom Content Types feature adds custom post types (CPTs) to your site. These CPTs allow you to add content that doesn’t necessarily fit into a post, but isn’t right for a static page either. Since this is part of Jetpack, you can even switch themes without losing these custom post types! Portfolios The Portfolio […]
- Custom CSS - The Custom CSS Editor allows you to customize the appearance of your theme without the need to create a child theme or worry about theme updates overwriting your customizations.
- Customize Legacy Search - Like the other Jetpack features, Search includes filters allowing you to customize how Legacy Search works and looks. The code snippets below provide examples of some of the filters included in the feature. You can add these code snippets to a functionality plugin, or to your theme’s functions.php file. You can also check Jetpack’s source […]
- Customize Related Posts - Like the other Jetpack features, Related Posts includes filters allowing you to customize the look of the Related Posts to fit all your needs.
- Google Fonts - Jetpack’s Google Fonts feature allows you to fully control the different fonts available in your block-enabled theme. Google Fonts is currently a Beta feature of Jetpack and is not activated by default settings, so this feature will not appear in the primary Settings interface. If you would like to activate Google Fonts on your block-based […]
- Infinite Scroll - Instead of having to click a link to get to the next set of posts, infinite scrolling pulls the next posts automatically into view when the reader approaches the bottom of the page.
- Jetpack Feature Connection Requirements - Jetpack Features that require a WordPress.com connection: Backup Comments Comment Likes Enhanced Distribution (keep?) Google Analytics JSON API Likes Monitor Notifications Image CDN Post by Email Brute Force Attack Protection Jetpack Social Related Posts Search SEO Tools WP.me Shortlinks Secure Sign-On Stats Subscriptions VaultPress VideoPress WooCommerce Analytics WordAds WordPress.com toolbar Jetpack Features that do not […]
- Lazy Images - Lazy Images makes pages load much faster by only loading visible images, waiting to load images that are offscreen as you scroll down.
- QR Post - If you're looking for a new way to share your posts try out the QR Post feature.