Learning Generic WordPress Theme

Last updated on August 24th, 2013 at 02:49 pm

I have entitled this post the way it suppose and wanting it to to be. Yet, I have to acknowledge that my technical know-how for Generic WordPress Theme is no bigger than a singularly small green pea. download

My recent post to the forum has considered an awakening call for having too much luxury, sitting on incredibly nice Theme for FREE.

Yes, there are free. Given free. No single cent to charge.

I ought to say there are beautiful, awesome, cool, and amazingly simple-and-worry-free-just-click-install theme.

Some are highly customizable, lightweight and SEO-friendly.

The community of people contributes thousands of hours, coding, writing, creating, and presenting free themes.

Some are highly customizable, lightweight and SEO-friendly.

The community of people contributes thousands of hours, coding, writing, creating, and presenting free themes.

FREE is good. Isn’t it? Just like one clad with new fashionable free clothes.

Embracing them like one has found gold nuggets in the slow stream of river flow.

In fact, I like them so much that I choose to ignore its technical aspect of coding and editing. I’m no expertise in this field.

Should I say being complacent? Perhaps not. Still thinking that FREE is good. Contented. What for do I have to complaint?

No begging, no bragging. Living it like nothing’s lacking.

Slowly, I started to expect more. Not till I bound onto some issues. Little has I known that one of my theme has no longer listed in WordPress’ official site.

Found out the theme already having issues reported. Looks like there expired and no upgrade available from Official WordPress site, no notification too.

Forums members have helped. Very kind of them. Patience. Fast response, usually.

The issue was not critical. Only its appearance differs from other blogs. However, it annoyingly bothers me.

Then I found Generic WordPress Theme and Template. Officially owns by WordPress.org.

O’, for Free, again.Two things:

  1. Template (Main body)
  2. Theme (Skin, outward)

Both never expires. It continues to deliver their greatest and latest version. http://wordpress.org/download/

There are lots more to learn from the community. Still belong to free resources.

Welcome. WordPress is a very special project to me. Every developer and contributor adds something unique to the mix, and together we create something beautiful that I’m proud to be a part of. Thousands of hours have gone into WordPress, and we’re dedicated to making it better every day. Thank you for making it part of your world. — Matt Mullenweg

Some other related links:

Templates, Generating from your database to HTML webpage. How WordPress site will be displayed on the Web. http://codex.wordpress.org/Templates

What is a Theme? Like fashionable clothes, a way to “skin” your weblog. Dress it well, not like hell. http://codex.wordpress.org/Using_Themes

First Installation, Famous 5-Minute Install, http://codex.wordpress.org/Installing_WordPress

Upgrading from existing generic WordPress, http://codex.wordpress.org/Upgrading_WordPress

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