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Step Six: Finishing up with the Footer
Alrighty! We’re almost there! Let’s get started on the footer.
- First, let’s take a look at our “default” footer:
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Step Five: Customizing the Sidebar
Now that we have the header and the main index template in place, it’s time to tackle the sidebar. For those of you working on a theme without a sidebar feel free to skip this section. But for the sake of some of the more advanced things we’ll be covering, I’d recommend looking it over just to be sure you didn’t miss anything.
Let’s begin once again by taking a look at the “default” source code:
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Step Four: Customizing the Index
Alrighty! We’ve finished up our header template and now it’s time to work on the index.
- Open up the “default” template (index.php) and take a look. You should see something like this:
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Before reading this article, make sure to check out part 1 and part 2! Now that we’ve got our design and a copy of WordPress ready to go, it’s time to open up the “default” theme, clean things out a bit, and start making our new theme. Let’s get started:
- First, we open up header.php. You should see something that looks very much like this:
Last Updated on Friday, 1 February 2013 06:53 Written by TJ Marsh Monday, 4 February 2013 12:00
Before reading this article, make sure to check out part 1! Now, while there are some out there who know all the WordPress template tags off the top of their head (I’m not quite there yet), for the rest of us it helps to have a place to start. In a best case scenario, you just pull out your already prepared WordPress theme, loaded with all the features you like to use, and simply replace the existing style sheet with your own. But for the sake of this tutorial, we’re going to work with the good old default WordPress theme (Kubrick).Learn More
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