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What’s the Straightforward Way To Alter The XHTML Structure of WP?

  • Say, you want to add or delete certain HTML elements, or even replace them with others on your WP blog. What’s the easy, or at least not-too-difficult way of doing so?
    In other words, what’s the straightforward way for editing WP’s XHTML?

    (The blog needs to be up and running asap, but has to look like the rest of the page first:) Otherwise I’m dead)

    thanks for your help.

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  • (The blog needs to be up and running asap, but has to look like the rest of the page first:)

    Do you mean you have an existing website and your WP blog should look exactly like that?

    Easy. Just design a theme based on the (x)html+css of your site.

    Wow, awesome. I’ll check it out. I will then assume that I must open up something like “themes.php” and try to squeeze in the current site’s xhtml structure into it?
    And, how do I save it as? .php, or .html? What type of file is the theme? And, do I replace the current theme.php/html with the new one? Or do I simply change the reference in one of the php files, to include the new theme, and leave the old one in place?

    I’ll check it out, in any case. The answer to your question is yes, the blog must look exactly like the current website.

    Thank u:)

    Chris_K
    Member

    @handysolo

    Have a glance at Stepping_Into_Templates for some starter info.

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