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Are you having a difficult time learning HTML and CSS? It’s okay! Everyone has to start at some point. The question is are you willing to take the time to understand how to create a basic page design and layout? You can do it. You just need to find theRead the Full Article
Adding custom navigation to your own WordPress theme is simple. You do not need any advance skill to do it yourself. The only pre-requisite to accomplish this is to know where your functions.php is located. The functions.php is located in your themes folder inside your WordPress project. That is inRead the Full Article
In your page.php, add the following code to dynamically fetch data (in loop) from the WordPress database. <?php if ( have_posts() ): while( have_posts() ): the_post(); ?>            <?php the_title();?> <?php the_content();?> <?php endwhile; endif; ?<Read the Full Article
In your functions.php, simply add the following code: <?php function THEMENAME_widgets_init() {       register_sidebar( array(                'name' => __( 'My Widget Area', 'THEMENAME' ),                'id' => 'sidebar-1',                'description' => __( 'Add widgets here to appear in your sidebar.', 'THEMENAME' ),                'before_widget' => '<aside id="%1$s" class="widget %2$s">',           Read the Full Article
Here are three methods on how you can add a CSS in WordPress. First option: The standard and static way of adding a link between your stylesheet and html file. Add the following to your HTML code. Inside the <head> of your HTML. <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="css/style.css" /> Note: 1.Read the Full Article