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WordPress Child Theme – Split Twenty Ten Header into 3 Sections

WordPress version: 3.1.3 Parent theme: TwentyTen 1.2 We’re only splitting the Title section of the header into 3 parts: Logo GIF | Description GIF | Misc GIF. The Logo part is already finished (see: WordPress Child Theme – Add Logo to Twenty Ten Header). 1. Description GIF (middle part): needs to float-left, next to the…

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WordPress Child Theme – CSS Sticky Footer

1) Followed all of the instructions from CSS Sticky Footer. Then made the extra change, shown below, to my child theme’s footer.php file. For my WordPress TwentyTen child theme, in the footer.php file, I had to move the closing #wrapper DIV to just ABOVE the opening #footer DIV. Like so: [php]</div><!– #main –> </div><!– #wrapper…

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WordPress Child Theme – Custom Sidebar on Home Page

Overview: We want an extra-wide custom sidebar just for the Home page. We also want the custom sidebar to have its own Widgets. We’ll create a Home page template, register new Widgets and add some new CSS for styling. Big thanks to for their tutorials. Section 1 of 4: Template for the Home page Copy…

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WordPress Child Theme – Change Navigation Menu Color

Goal: Change the site’s navigation menu color so it matches the color in the header graphic (which is purple). Section 1 of 2: To figure out the exact RGB or HEX of the color in the header graphic, we’ll use the ColorZilla Eyedropper plugin for FireFox. Section 2 of 2: Now we need to edit…

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WordPress Child Theme – Change Header Image Size

WordPress Child Theme Case Study: 2020 Euro Lens Bath Create a Child Theme (style.css and functions.php files) In the functions.php file, add: [php]<?php /** Tell WordPress to run child_theme_setup() when the ‘after_setup_theme’ hook is run. Help from: */ add_action( ‘after_setup_theme’, ‘child_theme_setup’ ); /** This function will hold our new calls and overrides. Help from:…

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WordPress Child Theme – Case Study – 2020 Euro Lens Bath

Mission: Create e-commerce Website using WordPress Client: 2020 Euro Lens Bath Art director, re-branding manager & Website designer: Jay Miller Solution: Use WordPress for content management (CMS) Use GetShopped’s WP e-Commerce plugin for the shopping cart Customize WordPress’s default Twenty Ten 1.2 theme by creating a child theme

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