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How to edit a WordPress theme’s back-end structure

Whether you want to add a clickable image to your header, add a second horizontal nav menu, or simply hard-code a new tagline into your header, you will need to know your way around the back-end of a WordPress theme. Today I’ll walk you through it.

Make sure you download the overview infographic from yesterday’s blog post so you’re well-equipped to follow along!

14 Responses to How to edit a WordPress theme’s back-end structure

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    • Erick says:

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  • Helen says:

    Hi Zach,
    I was looking at this great tutorial, and saw that you have multiple page templates coming from the Artisteer template.
    How did you do that? Can you do a tutorial on that, or have any suggestions on how to do that? It is something I am really missing in Artisteer.

  • Gahambo says:

    Hi Zach,

    Thanks for your nice daily tips. I always follow up with them, and find them to be very helpful.

    This might be off the topic, but thought I may point out if you don’t mind. The HTML tag at the bottom of all WordPress comment box is quite annoying (at least to me). In all my WordPress designs, I use small code to get rid off them. I know you know most of this staff, but wonder why you just left it. WordPress comment boxes looks clean and nice when this tag is removed from the bottom of comment box. I put this small code at the end of ‘style.css’ in theme edit, and it gets rid off “HTML tags and Attribute” messy scripts below comment box. For those who are not comfortable with codes, the step is very simple: 1)Go to “Appearance” in your WordPress Admin area, then to “Edit” 2)click on “style.css” from the the long list and you will see long page of codes under “style.css” 3) just paste this little code way down at the bottom of your ‘style.css’ codes. You can even come back and remove it since it is at the bottom and you can easily locate it without confusion with other codes. Here is the code:

    .form-allowed-tags{
    display:none;
    }

    Gahambo

    • Glad you’re enjoying them Gahambo!

      Honestly, it’s never bugged me, but now that you mentioned it, it is kinda dumb to have it there, huh?

      Great tip! If I hear other people ask about it I’ll make a video and give you credit. :)

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