WordPress Customization

May 28th, 2013 | by Jodie Le |

John Curtis – WordPress Customization

  1. 4 Responses to “WordPress Customization”

  2. By mmhitch on May 29, 2013 | Reply

    Yes, the tutorial provided everything needed to complete the tasks, I had to add functions back into get the title and post text.

    I learned how to make a custom page template that is selectable from the dashboard.

    Yes, I have known of this capability but wasn’t sure how to do it. I can see how this could apply to other features.

    The tutorial was specific with the details needed.

    I had to switch browsers to see the images in the tutorial(ie) and once I could see them I had to scroll sideways to view the whole picture.

  3. By ilaitres71 on May 30, 2013 | Reply

    The tutorial was very helpful. I was able to try the WordPress for my own website. Even though i have not taken WordPress.

  4. By cj031681 on May 30, 2013 | Reply

    Sorry about the picture size I hjave 2 24inch high res monitors and I didnt think about it when putting them up. But I didnt want the code to be to small to read either.

  5. By ajlone on Jun 3, 2013 | Reply

    Tutorial completed. I used the full-width-page.php and eliminated from there what I didn’t need/want.

    I learned how to add and access my own custom page template in a WordPress theme, and also learned how to modify the footer.

    This is a useful option to have for customizing pages.

    I liked the concept taught. I also like the wedding website for the friends. Nice job.

    Maybe could have included some more possible sample code for making a custom page template. But I understand not wanting to make the tutorial too long.

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