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Customizing Post Formats

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  • Johanna,

    Depending on your theme, you may need to modify several files. In many themes, the first file you want to look at is the index.php template. But in some newer themes (like TwentyTen), the ‘loop’ portion of the code is broken out into separate files, so you might need to look for loop.php or something similar.

    Some themes might also have a home.php or a front-page.php, and the archive.php file might be one you’ll want to modify, as well.

    And if you’re getting really fancy, just about all of the templates could be modified. For example, you might edit single.php so that single-page ‘asides’ posts are structured very differently from single-page ‘link’ posts.

    But generally speaking, ‘index’ and maybe ‘archives’ are probably where you want to start looking. If you compare the code in your theme files to what you see in some of the tutorials on Post Formats, you should see where to make the changes.

    Good luck!

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