How to Embed an PDF in WordPress

1. Upload the PDF file you'd like to embed in your website to your website's root directory using a free FTP program such as FileZilla, Free FTP or GoFTP. Alternately, you can use your hosting company's control panel to upload your PDF without any FTP software -- simply navigate to your website's file management screen and select 'upload.'
2. Log into your website's Wordpress administration panel using the username and password you selected when you established your website.

3. Double-click on the Wordpress post or page that you'd like to embed the PDF file in from the list of posts or pages found in your Wordpress administration panel.
4. Click on the 'Insert/edit embedded media' icon found in the second row of icons at the top of Wordpress's WYSIWYG page editor.
5. Select 'Shockwave' for the type of media as requested on the Imbed/edit media pop-up dialog window. Then enter the location of your PDF file on your website into the 'File/URL' box, and select the on-screen dimensions that you'd like the embedded PDF to have. Finally, when you've finished selecting the PDF and its dimensions, click on the 'Insert' button at the bottom of the dialog window to insert the PDF.
6. Save you edited post by clicking on the 'Save' icon at the top of Wordpress' WYSIWYG editor, or click on 'Save' in the File menu at the top of the screen.
7. Test your embedded PDF file by logging out of Wordpress and then visiting the post or page where you embedded the PDF file. If the file does not appear, re-check that you correctly listed the file's location on your website, such as '' in the 'Imbed/edit media' dialog window.

How to Use WordPress Themes for My Blogger Blog

1. Sign in to your WordPress site and navigate to the dashboard. Scroll down to the 'Appearance' pane and click 'Editor.' Choose 'style.css'. Drag your mouse over the entire style sheet, then right-click and select 'Copy' from the context menu.
2. Log in to Blogger and click the 'Design' button under the name of the blog that will hold your imported WordPress theme. Click 'Edit HTML.'

3. Scroll down to the location in the document where the HTML header is demarcated from the CSS style sheet, which looks something like the following:/* Use this with templates/template-twocol.html */Right-click and choose 'Paste' to paste in the WordPress style sheet.
4. Drag your mouse over all of the text below the end of the WordPress style sheet that you just pasted in and press 'Delete.' Alternately, you can right-click and select 'Cut' if you want to save this text for later use. Paste it into a text document and save the document on your computer.
5. View your Blogger blog in a new tab or window to see the style attributes of the WordPress blog applied to Blogger.

How to Fix Global Translator Problems in WordPress

1. Open any Web browser.
2. Log in to your WordPress Admin Dashboard at Replace “” with the URL of your website.

3. Click “Global Translator” from the left navigation pane.
4. Click the “Update Options” button.
5. Click “Save Changes.”

How to Turn a WordPress Header Into an Image With a Link

1. Open a Web browser and navigate to your blog's dashboard. Log in using an administrator username and password.
2. Click the 'Appearance' link in the left panel, then click 'Editor.' A list of files you can edit is displayed. Click the 'header.php' link to open the page code in the editor.

3. Locate the div code labeled '
.' This div tag displays the header text and image for the blog.
4. Add the image link to the div. The following code is an example of a blog logo link:

The 'img' tag contains the location of your image in the 'src' property. The 'a' tag displays the logo as a link to the home page address in the 'href' property. Replace these property values in the example with your own page location and name.
5. Click the 'Update' button to save the changes. Click the blog link at the top of the dashboard to review the changes in the browser.

How to Remove the Date From WordPress Pages

1. Determine the page or pages to remove the date from. The date can be removed from the posts or any static page. Static pages are pages that have content generated by the webmaster or authorized user. Dynamic pages are those that are created via a Web application.
2. Log in to WordPress as an administrator or an authorized user.

3. Click the 'Appearance' down arrow. Click the 'Editor' option from the list.
4. Click the template in the right-hand column that contains the date code. Because so many themes are available, you may have to look at the documentation to find which template you need. Most will follow the WordPress general guidelines for posted pages. Most themes will have the date code in the header.php template. Most static pages should have the word 'page' in the title description.
5. Locate the date code to be removed. Click the 'Ctrl' and 'F' keys simultaneously to open the 'Find' dialog box. Type the word 'date' into the Find dialog box, and press the 'Enter' key. Scan through the template, and find code that has 'date' and '('l, F jS, Y')' in the same line. The letters in parentheses represent the date's format. If you are running a pre-3.0 version of WordPress, then look for a date format similar to '
');' to delete.
6. Highlight the text, and press the 'Delete' key.
7. Click the 'Update File' button located below the code window.
8. Open your blog to verify the changes have taken effect. If there is no change, then you will have to perform the same steps in another template.

How to Blog to Wordpress Using a Mobile Phone

1. Access your website through the web browser on your phone and navigate through the usual steps on posting a blog as you would if you were at home using your computer.
2. Email is perhaps the easiest way to post by phone to Wordpress. Create a unique email address that is used only for this purpose--to drive posts directly to your Wordpress blog. After doing so, log in to Wordpress and go to the writing options panel and input the correct mail server and port number of your new email account (this information is usually located in 'account' or 'settings' tab within your email account). When the information has been filled out, enter the login name (complete email address) and password for your new email account. Send a test email to the new email account--it should be posted to the blog immediately.

3. Use the Wordpress mobile phone client. Various web developers have engineered plugins and clients, which are similar to software that you install on your computer. These 'mini software' that are specifically for mobile phones are installed on your phone and takes care of the coding so you can focus on your writing instead of the methods to get it posted online. Some clients are more intuitive and easier to use than others, so test drive a few ones to see which one you prefer.

How to Hide Authors in Thesis WordPress

1. Open a Web browser and log into your WordPress website.
2. Click 'Thesis Options' in the Administrator Dashboard. The Thesis Options page will open.

3. Click the ' ' symbol beside 'Bylines.' This option is located in the 'Display Options' section.
4. Click the box beside 'Show Author Name in Post Byline' to clear the check mark from the box. This removes author names from all blog posts.
5. Click the box beside 'Show Author Name in Page Byline' to clear the check mark from the box. This removes author names from all pages on the website.
6. Click the 'Save' button.

How to Use WordPress for Freelancing

1. Purchase a domain name. While WordPress is free, your site URL will read '' if you don't register a domain name. Purchasing a domain allows you to choose the exact domain you want. It's not necessary to purchase a hosting plan.
2. Use the provided WordPress themes to design your site. WordPress offers a host of customizable themes, which takes the work out of building your own design. Choose a theme that provides minimal distraction; you want all eyes to focus on your portfolio.

3. Create a homepage that describes exactly who you are and what services you offer. Don't go into great detail about your portfolio, although you can vaguely mention your past clients, such as saying 'My work has been published in five magazines.'
4. Create a portfolio page. This page essentially will serve as your sales page. List samples of your past work directly on the page, if possible. You can link to another websites, such as a site that contains your artwork, if you cannot place the pieces on your portfolio page.
5. Make a resume page. Paste your resume directly onto this page. Make sure you capture your entire freelancing career. If you just began freelancing, list your previous employers, whether they relate to your freelancing or not. Potential clients want to see that you have a work history.
6. Post weekly to your blog, if you're a freelance writer. Since WordPress is a blogging platform, your WordPress site is automatically setup with a blog format. Each time you make a post, it appears in your blog. While you want to impress clients with your portfolio and resume, prospective clients are better able to see your skills when you post to your blog. If you're not a freelance writer, posting to your blog isn't necessary.

How to Fix Broken WordPress NAV Menu

1. Log in to your WordPress admin area. Click 'Appearance' from the large menu down the left of the screen, then click 'Editor.' Look at the list of files down the right, then click 'header.php.' The file appears in the central editing pane.
2. Scroll down the file until you find the navigation menu for your site. Inspect the code for unclosed tags. The menu probably starts with a divider; for example,
. Look for a closing
tag after the menu. Look for closing tags for the HTML List feature: the opening
tag should be closed with
, respectively, at the end of the list, and every
should have a closing
at the end of that line.

3. Check that all the items you want to appear on the menu are present. If they are not, add the relevant links to the menu. To accomplish this, start a new line, then use the following code:
Anchor Text
Change the example URL to the location you want, and change 'Anchor Text' to the text you want the menu item to display.
4. Click 'Update File' if you make any changes you want to keep.
5. Click 'style.css' from the bottom of the list of files, then scroll down until you find the sections for the divider of the menu, such as '#navmenu,' '#navmenu ul,' or '#navmenu li.' Check the CSS code here for mistakes. Every attribute should have a semicolon at the end of it; for example, 'width:100px;' is correct. Each section should be opened and closed with curly parentheses:#navmenu ul{float:left;width:100%;}Also, check that the section directly above the menu section is closed, or it will swallow the code for the navigation menu into it.
6. Check the CSS attributes themselves for omissions. For example, if you want the menu to be horizontal, you need 'float:left;'.
7. Click 'Update File' when you're done.

How to Divide WordPress Posts Into Columns

1. Login to your WordPress dashboard. Click 'Add New Post.' By default, the 'HTML' tab above the main text field should be selected. Inserting HTML code into the 'Visual' tab will only display your code as-is in the published post.
2. Edit the following HTML code to suit your needs. This code would result in two columns.

You will need to replace 'Text' with your own content.If you need more than two columns, adjust the percentages in the div style tag. For example, if you wanted four columns, the code would look like this:



Note that the only column that needs to have the 'float:right' value as opposed to 'float:left' is the last column.

3. Copy and paste the HTML code directly into the text field. The rest of the post can be entered in around the code. When the post is complete, click 'Preview' to make sure that your columns have been set up correctly. Click 'Publish' to complete the post.

How to Create a WordPress XAMMP Folder

1. Click on 'Start,' then 'Programs' to display the Windows Program Menu. Select the 'Accessories' folder and then double-click on the Windows Explorer icon to open Windows Explorer.
2. Scroll down the list of installed content by dragging the scroll bar toward the bottom of the screen until 'Computer' is displayed in the list on the left-hand side of the screen. Double-click on 'Computer' and then double-click on 'OS (C:)' to select your hard drive.

3. Click on the 'File' option in the upper left-hand corner of the Windows Explorer window, then click on 'New' and select 'Folder' by clicking on that option. When the new folder appears, name it 'WordPress' and press 'Enter.'
4. Click on the 'File' option again, click on 'New' and select 'Folder' as above. When this new folder appears, name it 'XAMMP' and press 'Enter.'

How to Hide a Date in WordPress

Using a WordPress Plugin
1. Sign in to your WordPress site and click 'Plugins.' Click 'Add New.'
2. Search for 'Date Exclusion.' Click 'Install' then click 'Activate Plugin.'

3. Click on 'Settings.' Click on 'Date Exclusion SEO.'
4. Check the box next to 'Remove Dates from Posts.' Scroll down and click 'Save.'
Manually Removing the Date
5. Sign in to your WordPress site. Click on 'Appearance' then click 'Editor.' This brings up the template editor for your current theme.
6. Click on 'Single.php.' Scan the php document and find the line of code that produces the date. Look for '
.' The parenthesis may have additional text in it to display the date in a particular style.
7. Add two forward slashes following the 'php' part of the code. For example, change the date tag to this: '
.' This comments out the code and disables it. Click 'Update' to save the changes.

How to Set Up WordPress on My Own Domain

1. Download and install a free FTP client, such as FileZilla or SmartFTP (See 'Resources'). The FTP allows you to upload webpages to your own domain from your computer.
2. Download the latest release of Wordpress from their website (See 'Resources'). Double-click the WordPress archive to extract the file once downloaded.

3. Upload the entire folder to your domain using your preferred FTP client. Click 'Start,' then 'Computer.' Click 'Map network drive.' Click 'Connect to a Web site.' Fill in your FTP details. Click 'Finish.' Double-click your FTP folder. Paste the Wordpress folder here.
4. Log in to your web host's administrative panel, which differs depending on your host An example of this would be cPanel. Locate the 'MySQL' or 'Database' section and create a new database. Choose a database name, user name and password that you will remember.
5. Rename 'wp-config-sample.php' to 'wp-config.php.' Open the file in Notepad and enter the details of the database that you just created. Save the file back to your web server.
6. Go to the install.php page. For example if you installed the 'wordpress' folder to '' then the URL would be: '' (without quotes). Complete the onscreen instructions to finish the initial admin setup.

How to Let Contributors Upload Photos in Wordpress

1. Log in to your WordPress admin area. Note that only users with administrator or higher privileges will be able to make these modifications. If you are not an administrator, ask the site owner if you can be upgraded in order to make this change, or direct them to this article so they can make the modifications themselves.
2. Click 'Plugins' from the left-hand menu bar, then click 'Add New.' Type 'Members' in the search box and press enter. When the results appear, look for the 'Members' plugin from the list, hover the mouse pointer over it, then click on the 'Install Now' link that appears. When the plugin has installed, click 'Activate Plugin.'

3. Click 'Settings' on the left-side menu bar, then click 'Members Components.' A number of check boxes will appear -- check 'Edit Roles' and 'Content Permissions,' then save your changes. This activates the features of the plugin that you need.
4. Click 'Users' from the left-side menu bar, then click 'Roles.' Click 'Administrator,' check the 'Edit Roles' check box, then save the changes. This allows Administrators to make changes to the other user roles. Now you can edit the permissions of your Contributors.
5. Click 'Contributor,' and look at the options that appear. To allow Contributors to upload images, you much check the 'upload_files' box, and save the changes. Once you have done this, your Contributors will be granted access to the Media Library, and will be able to add images to posts.

How to Write a Book in Drupal or WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress admin area. Go to 'Pages,' then 'Add New.' Type 'Index' into the title box, and then publish the page. Repeat this process, this time creating a page called 'Chapters.'
2. Click 'Settings,' and then 'Reading.' Select 'A static page,' then set the 'Front' drop-down to 'Index' and the 'Posts pages' drop-down to 'Chapters.'

3. Click 'Posts,' then 'Add New.' Name the post 'Chapter 1 -- Name of Chapter,' replacing 'Name of Chapter' with its actual name. Publish the post, then visit your 'Chapters' page, click the post, and copy its URL to the clipboard.
4. Return to the admin area, click 'Pages,' then 'Index' and then create a link to the first chapter by typing 'Chapter 1' in the editing area. Select this text and click the link icon that looks like the link of a chain, and then pasting the URL into the text field that appears.
5. Click 'Posts,' then click your first chapter and start writing. You can start new chapters at any time by repeating Step 2 and Step 3, and you can edit any of your chapters by selecting it from the 'Posts' menu.
6. Visit your blog. You can read your work so far by clicking the relevant chapter link. Once you are reading a chapter, you can also use the comments feature at the bottom of the page to add notes or to allow friends and editors to leave comments on your work so far.
7. Log in to your administration area. Click 'Administration,' then click 'Modules' and select the option to enable the book module. In Drupal, a 'Book' is simply a set of pages arranged hierarchically.
8. Go to 'Content,' then 'Add content' and then 'Book page.' Write a title for the book, select '
' from the 'Book Outline' section, and then click 'Publish.'
9. Click 'Content,' then 'Add content' and then 'Book page.' In the 'Book outline' section, select the level at which you want this page to go. Main chapters will be below the level of the book title page you just made, but you can also set a new page below an existing chapter in the hierarchy. For example, this area could be used to write thoughts and reminders for each chapter.
10. Write any content you wish for this page, and then click 'Publish' when done. Continue this process, adding new pages to create chapters when needed. You can visit the homepage for your Drupal site at any time if you want to read the work you have done so far in sequence.

How to Install a Noobslide Gallery in WordPress

1. Navigate to the Shiba Gallery Plugin website,
2. Scroll down the page until you see the 'Download Shiba Gallery Plugin' link.

3. Click the link and save the .zip file to your computer.
4. Log into your WordPress blog.
5. Click 'Plugins' from the left menu, then click 'Add New.'
6. Click the 'Upload' link from the top menu.
7. Click the 'Browse' button to search for the plugin .zip file you just downloaded. Double-click the .zip file to select it.
8. Click 'Install Now' to install the Shiba Gallery Plugin, including the Noobslide capabilities.
9. Click 'Activate Plugin.' You will now find a 'Shiba Gallery' link under the 'Media' section of your WordPress menu. This page allows you to create your Noobslide gallery.

How to: WordPress Sync Blog Between Two Sites

1. Navigate in your Web browser to the dashboard of the WordPress website that you would like to display content from another website.
2. Click 'Plugins' on the left side of the page and then click 'Add New.'

3. Type 'WP-o-Matic' in the search field and press 'Enter' to locate the plugin.
4. Click 'Install Now' under 'WP-o-Matic' on the result screen then click 'OK' and 'Activate Plugin.'
5. Click 'Settings' on the left side of the page then click 'WP-o-Matic.' This displays the configuration page for the WP-o-Matic plugin.
6. Click the blue 'this test' link to test your server for compatibility with the plugin. If your Web server will work with WP-o-Matic the test displays the message 'You have everything you need.' Close the test tab and click 'Next.'
7. Check the screen to confirm that the time and date shown are accurate. If the time is incorrect open the 'Settings' menu on the left side of the page and click 'General' to change it. Click 'Next.'
8. Remove the check from the 'I'll be using a cron job' box at the bottom of the page, and click 'Next.'
9. Click 'Submit.'
10. Click 'Add Campaign' on the left side of the configuration page.
11. Type a name in the 'Title' field to help you identify the website feed that you are synchronizing.
12. Click the 'Feeds' tab, and enter the address of the WordPress feed that you are synchronizing in the 'Feed URL' box. If you do not know the full URL of the feed enter only the URL of the website and WP-o-Matic will detect the feed address. You may add up to four feeds per campaign.
13. Click the 'Categories' tab and select the category that you would like posts to be saved under when they are synchronized from the feed.
14. Click the 'Options' tab and use the 'Frequency' fields below to configure how often WP-o-Matic should check the synchronized feed for new entries.
15. Click the 'Submit' button at the top of the page to save the campaign and begin synchronizing the website with the feed from the second website.

How to Remove the Title From the Homepage on WordPress

1. Open your WordPress dashboard and navigate to 'Appearance.' If the designer of your theme was thoughtful, you will find a subcategory here for customizing your homepage. Open this control panel and find the section that relates to the homepage title. Delete any text entered in this box by default. Save your change. Check your WordPress site in another browser window to see if the default text title is gone. Repeat this operation for any subtitles that are also filled in by default. If you do not find such a customizing option available, click on 'Appearance/Editor' instead.
2. Look on the right-hand side of the Editor page and find the 'Homepage' or 'Index' PHP file. Click to open this file inside the large editing box. Click the 'Ctrl' and the 'F' keys on your keyboard at the same time to open a search box. Type in 'Title' or 'title' and conduct a search for this entry inside this PHP code. You can also search by typing in the offending title itself, such as 'Welcome to My Blog.' The search shows you the location of the title functions or the title text itself inside the PHP code.

3. Examine this code snippet or line. Look for a '>' or a '>/' symbol at the end of the line of code pertaining to the title. Place your cursor at the end of this line of code and very slowly highlight the code back to the front of the code line where the '
4. Open another browser window and go to your WordPress blog site. If you removed the correct line of code, the title is now gone. Go back to the dashboard editor page, which is still open, and close the page. If the title is not gone, or if something is wrong with the page layout now, navigate back to the open editor page and paste -- by pressing 'Ctrl' and 'V' at the same time -- the saved code back where it was located before you cut it. Save the PHP code and check your layout. Everything should be back to normal again. If it isn't, use an FTP program to reload this original PHP file from the original set of theme files you used when you first loaded WordPress to your server. Find the original 'Homepage' or 'Index' PHP file and load it to your WordPress 'wp-admin' folder. This restores the file to its original state and restores your WordPress theme appearance.

How to Track Outbound Clicks From WordPress

Site Stats
1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
2. Click 'Plugins' in the left sidebar. Select 'Add New' from the drop-down menu.

3. Type 'Site Stats' in the search bar and press 'Enter.'
4. Click 'Install Now' under the 'Site Stats' plug-in, then 'OK,' then 'Activate Plugin.' Once this is activated, you can view all recent outbound clicks by clicking 'Dashboard,' then 'Site Stats' in the left sidebar.
Google Analytics
5. Go to and follow the prompts to sign up for a new account if you don't already have one.
6. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
7. Click 'Plugins' in the left sidebar and select 'Add New' from the drop-down menu.
8. Type 'Google Analyticator' in the search bar and press 'Enter.'
9. Click 'Install Now' under the 'Google Analyticator' plugin, then 'OK,' then 'Activate Plugin.'
10. Click 'Settings' under 'Google Analyticator' in your plug-ins list.
11. Select 'Enabled' from the 'Google Analytics Logging' drop-down menu and enter your Google Analytics UID in the box indicated.
12. Scroll down to 'Outbound Link' tracking, select 'Enabled' from the drop-down menu, then click 'Save Changes.' Within 24 hours, you'll be able to monitor outbound clicks from your Google Analytics account.
Outbound Click Tracker
13. Log in to your WordPress dashboard.
14. Click 'Plugins' in the left sidebar, and select 'Add New' from the drop-down menu.
15. Type 'Outbound Click Tracker Plugin' in the search bar and press 'Enter.'
16. Click 'Install Now' under the 'Outbound Click Tracker' plugin, then 'OK,' then 'Activate Plugin.'
17. Click 'Settings' in the WordPress sidebar, then 'Outbound Click Tracker' to modify settings and view a log of outbound clicks.

How to Fix WordPress Spacing

Remove Paragraph Breaks Between Lines
1. Create some example text with spacing problems by typing several lines of text in the WordPress write panel, pushing the return button between each line. WordPress will put a paragraph break between each line.
2. Place the cursor at the beginning of the second line, and press your backspace key until the second line merges with the first. Then hold down the 'Shift' key while pressing 'Return.' WordPress will create a carriage return without a paragraph break.

3. Repeat for each line until all lines of text are separated by single carriage returns instead of paragraph breaks.
Change Line Spacing in the Stylesheet
4. Find the Appearance tab on the left side of the WordPress admin, open it and click 'Editor.'
5. On the right side of the resulting editing page, look for the link called 'style.css' and click on it. The editing page will then load the 'style.css' file, which contains style information for your WordPress theme.
6. Scroll to the bottom of the editing page and add the following CSS code:p {line-height: 1.5em}Click 'Update File' to save your change.
7. Open any page of your WordPress site and note the line spacing.
8. In your new CSS code, change the portion that reads '1.5em' to different numbers, refreshing the page you're examining on your WordPress site each time to see how the line spacing changes. You can also use pixels and percentages to set the line height. For example, instead of '1.5em' you could write '20px' for 20 pixels or '120%' to make the line spacing 1.2 times the default spacing.

How to Install WordPress MU for GoDaddy

1. Open GoDaddy's Account Manager page.
2. Click 'Web Hosting.' Select the hosting package that you wish to install WordPress MU on and click 'Launch.'

3. Select the 'Install Apps' option.
4. Click 'WordPress' and 'Install Now.' Choose your domain that is going to be the home of your WordPress blog.
5. Create a description for the WordPress database along with a password. Click 'Next' to proceed. Select specifically where you wish to install WordPress and click 'Next.'
6. Create your administrator account. Enter an email address and blog name. Click 'Finish' to finish the WordPress setup.

How to Protect a WordPress Template

1. Edit your WordPress template and save your changes. You can do this via the WordPress interface or by editing the PHP template files directly and uploading them to your server. Test out your website using several popular Web browsers such as Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox and Internet Explorer. It is important to test the template with multiple browsers to ensure compatibility.
2. Download and install an FTP program, such as FileZilla, if you have not already done so. An FTP program allows you to add, remove and edit files on your Web server. FileZilla is a free, open source FTP program. Configure the software so it can access your Web server. Obtain the required setup information from your Web host if you do not already have it.

3. Log in to your Web server using the FTP program and locate your WordPress installation. Generally, a sub-folder dedicated to your WordPress site will be located under the 'public_html' folder. Once you've found your WordPress installation, navigate to the 'wp-content' folder and the 'themes' folder. In the 'themes' folder, you will find a dedicated folder for each installed template.
4. Change the file permissions of your template folder to make it 'read-only.' With FileZilla (and many other FTP programs), right-click on the folder and choose 'file permissions.' In the file permissions window, change the setting to '555.' This will allow Web users to read but not edit the files. Be sure to choose the option to apply the change on all sub-folders so all template files are set to read-only.

How to Use Multiple Page Layout in WordPress

1. Visit the w-admin directory of your WordPress website. Navigate to either 'Pages' or 'Posts,' depending on the type of content you want to edit. You turn content of either type into multiple pages.
2. Click the 'HTML' tab on the top of the editor box on the page or post editing screen. Place the following code where you want one page to end and another to begin:
Browsers see any code like '
' as HTML comment tags. Programmers use comment tags to leave notes for themselves and other developers in the code, but WordPress uses this particular comment to tell when to break into a new page.

3. Click the blue 'Update' button to save your changes. Open the page or post in your browser and check that the page numbers appear at the bottom of your content. If they do not, then your theme lacks the proper code to do multiple page layouts, but a simple change will fix this.
4. Navigate to 'Editor' under 'Appearance' in the WordPress dashboard. Click the index.php link under 'Templates' and find '
' or '
.' Place the following code somewhere under that line:
Save the changes to the file. Add '
' to single.php and page.php as well.

How to upload a theme to Wordpress

1. How to change Wordpress theme, if you have a free account at you just have to login to your Wordpress blog and select Appearance and then click on the Themes link. This will bring up the standard Worpdress themes available. Click on the theme you like and select Activate. Then this will become your new Wordpress theme.
2. If you have your own domain name and host then you will need to go to your ftp client or login to an ftp client like the one that Godaddy provides and upload a new theme. Download a theme first and once you've done that save it to a folder you can easily find. Then once inside the ftp client upload the new theme folder to:

3. Then login to your blog admin area and then click on Appearance and then Themes. Just as you will see a preview of the theme once you click on it. You must click 'Activate the theme name' to make that your new Wordpress theme. To setup a new Wordpress blog application on Godaddy check out my other how to called how to start a Wordpress blog.

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