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wp.php (3 posts)

  1. Nieceye
    Posted 11 years ago #

    I want to use this because I plan on putting my wordpress in an iframe now, and I wanted to know how do I customize it to match my layout? To my understanding it is a theme-less version of wordpress, and thats what I was looking for, but can someone please give me directions on how to customize it?

  2. Nieceye
    Posted 11 years ago #

    And also, how do I keep it this way, rather than when I click a link such as my comments and such, how do I keep it from going to the activated template?

  3. Kafkaesqui

    Posted 11 years ago #

    First question: It would require editing the template (i.e. wp.php) to suit your needs, and/or adding any css elements to it that you use on the rest of your site. A good place to start for help:


    Second question: With WordPress set up in it's own (sub-)directory, you could rename it to index.php (removing the current one in your blog's root).

    A more complicated method is to copy wp.php as index.php to its own themes directory (wp-content/themes/), set up a stylesheet (style.css) with it that provides a stylesheet header, and activate that as your blog's theme. Then load the index.php in your blog's root into your iframe.

    Either of these will work if you're not expecting to have a theme'd copy of your blog running as well.

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