How to set a topic for WordPress In this article:
- Part One: Searching for Design Themes
- Part Two: Setting Themes
- Part Three: Modifying Theme Additional Articles
The design can both give a blog life, and ruin it. If your blog is tastelessly decorated, then most visitors will pass by it, if you are even the best writer. Here the themes of decoration come into play. Topics allow your blog to completely change its appearance to a new and fresh, without affecting the content. Get started right now!
Step 1: Searching for design themes 1
Step 2: Download themes from any other site.
Step 3: Create your own theme.
Step One: Setting the topics
- Go to your WordPress administrator page.
- Click on the “Appearance” menu. Click on the “Topics” section.
- Click on the button “Add a new one”.
- Select or upload your topic. You can choose from the theme directory or download an archive with the theme from your computer.
Step Two: Setting the theme using cPanel.
- Open the cPanel File Manager. Go to the theme folder located in code>wp-content folder.
- Download your theme file.
- Unpack the file by clicking on it and selecting “Extract File Contents”.
Step Three: Installing a theme using FTP.
- Unpack the file with the theme on your computer. Make sure that you have saved the folder structure and all files are in their place.
- Access the server using the FTP client.
- Go to wp-content/themes.
- Create a new folder for your theme and choose a memorable name like “test” for it. The end address should look like this – wp-content/themes/test.
- Upload your theme to a folder on the server.
Step One: Changing the Theme
Step Two: View more information.
Step Three: Preview of the Theme.
Step Four: Application of the topic.
- Setting a theme from the administrator menu is more preferable because it reduces the possibility of setting a theme from an untrusted source.
- When installing a theme, always pay attention to the support of the theme in your version of WordPress.
- After you install a theme, update it regularly.