Archive for “WP Set-Up”

On this page the following entries were made in the “WP Set-Up” category.


Theme Template Page Files

Posted January 19th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

This theme contains three custom templates — in addition to its “default template” — useful for designing a page to perform a specific role or meet a certain need. The special templates are “Contact,” “Site Map,” and “Widebody.” Their uses are as follows:

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Adding Sidebar Content

Posted January 18th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

The sidebar file with this theme, a common place for all sort of added content, contains several designated sections well-marked and ideal for your “stuff.” There are even divisions in place and referenced as sidebar spares in the style sheet.

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Post Date Display

Posted January 18th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

To achieve what I consider the best appearance of the post date make the following change in the admin. First go to the “Options” page then under “General” then scroll down to the “Date and Time” section. Then in the “Default date format:” input change the content to read F jS, Y (example: January 1st, 2007).

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Adding Static Home Page Content

Posted January 18th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

Some WordPress users, for SEO reasons, choose to display a paragraph of static content on their home page. If you want to do this I made it simple to implement. All you have to do is follow these steps:

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Admin Post Page

Posted January 18th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

The admin post page has two textareas you will be concerned with: The main “Write Post” textarea and the “Optional Excerpt” textarea. With this theme you may want to use both of these textareas. In this post I will tell you how to turn off the “Visual Rich Editor” and modify the size of the two aforementioned textareas.

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Adding a Static Home Page

Posted January 17th, 2007 by Mike Cherim

Some users, using WordPress as a website instead of just a blog, may want a static home page. If this describe your needs, I made it a little easier. I have include a file called “home” in the file set. This page does not have an extension, but it does have the needed structure. All you have to do is rename the file “home.php” adding the “.php” extension, and you will have a static home page.

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