Linking pages I have created (4 posts)

  1. Maracas1970
    Posted 4 years ago #


    I have created a HTML/CSS template. All that sits in my template folder i uploaded are the index.php, header and footer.php, and alternate versions of header and footer for the homepage. These were created as i needed the homepage to be a subtly simplified version of my other pages.

    I have several other page i have designed in html/css. Three of them only need to be static html pages, the other 3 will need to be dynamic. These are:

    3.contact page.

    What i need to know is how do i go about converting or including my already made pages into the template structure, and linking to them from the custom navigation created within.

    My site is here: http://www.gotodesigns.co.uk

    the other internal pages are different in that they have a different header and footer. But obviously all the links need to be tied in together.

    I`m unsure wether or not i need to turn my already made pages into php pages and include them in the theme and link to them, or wether i need to create a page internally within WordPress and add the code from my pre created html/css files.

    Here is a link to an image of my internal page layout. Simple, but all i need it to be.




  2. Maracas1970
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Here is my navigation code..


  3. Maracas1970
    Posted 4 years ago #

    What is also weird is that when i create a page and add the code from my static page into the HTML editor and publish it, the resulting page is identical to my homepage, even though the code i entered is for another page, with a call for different header and footer and cotent in the content areas?

  4. Maracas1970
    Posted 4 years ago #

    Do i need to use Function Reference/wp nav menu to do this?
    I do not have any menu options in admin panel because its a custom theme and the navigation is built into the pages already.

    Any help would be great, however small at this point ....

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