Posted on August 26, 2012 | Categories: Technology
Remember, that your site will have a few distinct templates, such as:
- Home page (in my case it’s the main blog page, with X latest posts)
- Category page
- Archive page (could use the same layout as category)
- Search results page
- Individual post page
- About page and potentially other static pages
And potentially many others, depending on how complex the site is.
In the previous step, I only coded a sample template for the home page. You’ll need to make sure you also have templates for the rest of your page types.
Here’s a great article explaining the anatomy of a WordPress theme
And a comprehensive resource from WordPress on building a theme
So in this step, I won’t be explaining a lot, as it mostly requires coding. Now let’s open up our text editor and get to it…