Maybe I misunderstand…
I have WordPress installed along with my 3-Col template.
I thought that a great thing about php & templates was/is:
Upon arrival at a wp-site, once the template (features, functionality and content) loads/is rendered–because main-content (whether page or post) is entered into WordPress via the Dashboard, DB’ed and coded to render within my template’s large center-column…
My belief is that that main-content is rendered, per selected page/post, within the already-rendered template…
that, between pages/posts, no template re-loading takes place;
that, because the template is already-loaded,
all that needs load between pages/posts is the main-content one enters per page/post into the Dashboard for DB-storage.
However, what happens when I click between links, is that the entire-thing reloads–template and all…
which doesn’t seen right to me…it seems to me that all that required loading–between selected links–is that main-content and not a reloading of the whole template + selected main-content.
So, I am of the belief now that I’ve done something wrong or misunderstand how it is that php/templates work with DB-main-content.
Please help…thank you very much,
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