A blog about the adventures of Jeannel Mah

Custom WordPress Templates

So, if you’ve noticed (or maybe you didn’t since its predominantly white), my blog has sort of a custom template. And to do this, I initially thought it involved changing the index.php files in the blog directory.. turns out I did some Googling and this is not the case. I honestly spent an embarrassing amount of time figuring out how to change the default wordpress templates before I became smart enough to Google it =.=”.

So, it turns out that WordPress Templates are controlled by… that folder in the wp-content folder called themes.

I am going to link another tutorial from the same awesome person that created the tutorial I linked previously on bootstrap templates.

In other news, I’ve now got a favicon for my tabs!

The favicon is what this thing is:

The code for this is just, in the <head> part of the code for the header template:

<link rel="icon" href=" Logo.png"> 

Simple enough, and it looks cooler.