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In HD! This tutorial will teach you how to make your own theme using WordPress, the popular blogging tool. In this video, we discuss how to customize the way your site lists comments, using a custom function.
NOTE: If you have watched Part 1, you can skip the first five minutes of this tutorial. Just click on and drag the time slide bar to the 5 minute mark. This Beginner-level WordPress tutorial is a follow-up to “WordPress Tutorial – Make a Static Page Your Home/Front Page”. It reviews the method of making a specific page your home page in WordPress, and it shows how to remove the link to that page from the main navigation. This is something you may need to do if the WordPress theme has a default “Home” button or link in the main navigation. Note that there is a Part 3 of this tutorial that shows another way to solve the problem of hiding the link the static page you use as your home page: “WordPress Tutorial – Make Static Page Your Home Page – Part 3”. Not all WordPress themes have this feature of a default home page link in the navigation, but several of the WordPress themes offered on wordpress.com do. This tutorial also talks about the fact that some themes have navigation in the sidebar that shows links to subpages and “subsub” pages – ie “child” pages that have other pages as “parents”. There is a separate mcbuzzvideo tutorial that shows how to create “child” or sub-pages in WordPress if you would like to learn more.
In HD! This tutorial will teach you how to make your own theme using WordPress, the popular blogging tool. In this video, we talk about the comments.php file. Files Used In Lesson: andrewanimation.biz
This beginner-level WordPress tutorial shows 1. How to make a “child” page or subpage of another page (a “parent” page) using the WordPress 2.7 editing interface. And 2. How to hide a link in the Pages sidebar widget, in other words, how to keep a link to a page from showing in the Pages sidebar widget by putting the page ID number into the “Exclude” box in the Pages sidebar widget dialog box. Making “child” pages (subpages) is useful because you may not want all your pages to show in the main page navigation of your WordPress theme. In most themes, only “main” pages (pages that don’t have a “parent”) show up in the main page navigation. In some newer WordPress themes, child pages show up in a popup menu that appears when you roll over the main page link. And in some themes, sub-subpages show up in popup menus as well. These are sometimes called “cascading” navigation menus: sub-subpages show up in a popup menu when you roll over a subpage link. The second part of this tutorial shows how to hide (or “exclude”) a link to a page that would otherwise appear in the links of the Pages sidebar widget. This is useful for a number of reasons. One is that when you make a static page your Home page in WordPress, some themes will show the link to this static page as a second home page link in your main navigation. By making the Home page a subpage and excluding that link from the Pages sidebar navigation, you can eliminate the double Home page link.
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NOTE: Updated tutorial at bit.ly for WordPress version 2.7. This Beginner-level WordPress Tutorial by Mark McLaren of McBuzz Communications shows you how to make a static WordPress Page your home page (also called “front” page). The default WordPress home page in most themes shows the chronological blog post entries with the most recent post at the top. You can create a static page using the Dashboard – Write – Page, and then tell WordPress to use that page as your home page (using Options – Reading – Front Page). This WordPress tutorial also shows you how to change the order of page navigation tabs or links.