How to Use External Domain Names With WordPress

Using Wordpress for the Domain Registration
1. Visit a domain registrar to search for domain names. Make sure the domain name you want to use is available. You are unable to search from the Wordpress domain tool.
2. Log in to your Wordpress site and click on 'Upgrades,' then click 'Domains.'

3. Type your desired domain name into the text box and click 'Add Domain to Blog.'
4. Click on 'Register Domain.' If desired, click on 'Make this Domain Private.' This costs extra, but prevents Internet users from finding out the domain is registered to you. Click 'Purchase and Register.'
5. Input your billing and payment information to register the domain name. It will be automatically connected to your Wordpress blog.
6. Click on 'Settings,' then 'Domains.' Click on your domain to highlight it, then click 'Make Primary Domain' to activate it.
Using a Third-Party Registrar
7. Visit the registrar of your choice and register your domain name. Access your account and open the domain manager to view and edit the details of the domain.
8. Find the 'Nameservers' fields. There should be three. Type 'NS1.WORDPRESS.COM' into the first, 'NS2.WORDPRESS.COM' into the second and 'NS3.WORDPRESS.COM' into the third.
9. Click 'Save' or 'Update' to save the changes. Wait for a confirmation to let you know the settings have been updated. This typically takes 72 hours. Expect to receive an email. If you don't, contact your domain registrar.
10. Log in to your Wordpress site. Click on 'Settings'
11. Click on 'Settings,' then 'Domain.' Type the domain name you are using. Click 'Add Domain to Blog.'
12. Pay for the service. After clicking 'Add Domain to Blog,' the Wordpress cart will direct you to the page where you can enter your your payment information and select your custom domain package.
13. Click on 'Settings' then 'Domain.' Click on the domain name you added to the site. Click on 'Update Primary Domain' to make the domain your primary domain.

How to Make a DIV Link in WordPress

1. Open a Web browser and navigate to the WordPress blog home page. Click 'Admin Dashboard' to log in to the dashboard where you create new posts.
2. Click the 'Posts' link on the left side. Click 'New Post' to open the template where you create a new post.

3. Click the 'HTML' link in the main post panel. The HTML editor opens. Type '

' in the HTML editor. The code creates a div in your blog post.
4. Type a link within the opening and closing div tags you created in step three. For instance, the following code creates a div link that navigates to the Microsoft home page:

Click here

5. Click 'Publish' to immediately publish the new post to the blog. You can also click 'Save Draft' to continue editing, and you can publish the post later.

How to Embed Links Within a Picture in WordPress

1. Open the 'Posts' menu on the WordPress dashboard, and click 'Add New' to begin a new post, or click the 'Edit' link under an existing post.
2. Click the location in the post where you would like the image to appear, and then click the 'Add an Image' icon next to the words 'Upload/Insert' above the post editing field.

3. Click the 'Select Files' button. Locate the image on your computer that you would like to display in the post, and then double-click it to upload it to your WordPress website. To display an image that you have already uploaded, click the 'Media Library' tab at the top of the 'Add an Image' window, and then click the 'Show' link next to the image.
4. Remove the text in the 'Link URL' field near the bottom of the window, and type the URL of the link that you would like to send readers to when they click the image.
5. Click the 'Insert Into Post' button.

How to Install Thematic WordPress Themes

1. Navigate to the dashboard for your WordPress website by browsing to, where '' is your website's domain name. Enter 'admin' as the user name and type your password to continue.
2. Expand the 'Appearance' menu on the left side of the page, and select 'Themes.'

3. Click the 'Install Themes' tab at the top of the page.
4. Click the text field at the top of the page. Type 'Thematic' and press 'Enter' to search for the theme.
5. Click 'Install' under 'Thematic' on the search result page.
6. Click the 'Install Now' button.
7. Click 'Activate' to begin using Thematic on your website.

How to Install WordPress on a Account

1. Download the WordPress blog software. WordPress regularly publishes new releases of their blog software and the newest release can be found on the WordPress website.
2. Unzip the WordPress file. Locate the wp-config-sample.php file and rename it to wp-config.php. Open this file in Notepad or another text editor.

3. Log in to your Pair Networks account to create a new database for your WordPress installation. After logging in, click on “Advanced Features” and then click the “Database Administration” option.
4. Click the “Create New Database” button and give your new database a name. It is best to choose a name that will be easily identifiable if you plan to have multiple databases. After entering a name, click on the “Add Database” button. You will be brought to the New Database Details screen.
5. Enter the name of your newly created database in the 'DB_NAME' section of the wp-config.php file that you have opened in your text editor. Ensure that your database name exactly matches the one that is listed on the New Database Details screen.
6. Type the name of the database user and database password provided on the details screen into the corresponding sections of the wp-config.php file. Enter the name of the database server listed on the New Database Details screen into the 'DB_HOST' section of the wp-config.php file. Verify that the database name, database username, database password and database server are all listed correctly in the WordPress configuration PHP file. Save this file and exit your text editor.
7. Connect to your web server via FTP and upload all of the WordPress files, including the wp-config.php to the desired location on your account.
8. Start the WordPress installation PHP script by pointing your web browser to your domain followed by /wp-admin/install.php. Follow the on-screen prompts and the WordPress installation on your account will be complete.

How to Add Your Blogspot Friends on WordPress

1. Log into your WordPress account, then click 'Link Categories' in the 'Links' section on the left side of the page to open the 'Link Categories' page.
2. Type 'Blogroll' in the 'Category Name' field under 'Add Category' on the left side of the page. Click the 'Add Category' button. The new 'Blogroll' category appears on the right side of the page in the 'Name' column.

3. Click 'Add New' under 'Links' on the left side of the page. The 'Add New Link' page opens. Enter the name of your friend's blog in the 'Name' field and his blog's URL in the 'Web Address' field.
4. Enter a description of your friend's blog in the 'Description' field, then click the check box next to the option you want to use in the 'Target' box. For example, if you want your friend's blog to open in a new browser tab or window when one of your readers clicks the name of his blog, click the '_Blank' check box.
5. Click the 'Blogroll' check box in the 'Categories' section, then click the 'Add Link' button in the 'Save' box at the bottom of the page. Repeat the process if you want to add more of your friends to your WordPress blog.
6. Click 'Widgets' in the 'Appearance' section of your 'Dashboard' page. Click the 'Links' widget from the 'Available Widgets' section and drag it into the 'Sidebar' section on the right side of the page. Position the 'Links' widget where you want it to appear in the 'Sidebar' on your blog.
7. Click the drop arrow on the right side of the 'Links' widget, then click the 'All Links' drop-down box. Select 'Blogroll' from the list, then click the 'Show Link Name' and 'Show Link Description' check boxes.
8. Enter the number of blog links you added in the 'Links to Show' box, then click 'Save.' The list of your Blogspot/Blogger friends appears on your blog.

How to Change Your WordPress Template

1. Log into your WordPress blog and go to the dashboard for the blog you want to change.
2. Select 'Presentation.'

3. Choose from the available themes.
4. Click on the theme you'd like to use.
5. Upload new photos and adjust widgets by making changes with the Custom Image Header and Sidebar Widgets tabs.
6. Click 'Save Changes' when you're done.

How to Upload a WordPress Blog on to My HostGator Account

Installing Wordpress on Your HostGator Account
1. Log in to your HostGator account. Locate and click the 'Fantastico de Luxe' icon on the bottom right of your HostGator account panel.
2. Navigate down the left navigation panel to the Blogs section and select 'Wordpress.' Click the 'New Installation' button in the main HostGator panel to begin the Wordpress installation process.

3. Select the domain on which you want to install your Wordpress blog from the 'Install onto Domain' drop-down list.
4. Enter a name into the Directory box if you intend to use your Wordpress blog as part of a larger website. If the blog is the main feature of your site, leave this box empty.
5. Complete the setup information form by entering your user data into the form. You will create a login account, list post authors and fill in blog information with this form. Click 'Install Wordpress' to install Wordpress onto your HostGator share.
Export your Old Blog Data
6. Log in to your old blog's Wordpress account. Navigate to your Wordpress dashboard.
7. Click 'Tools' in the Navigation menu and choose 'Export' from the Tools menu.
8. Select 'All content' to export your entire blog. Select 'Posts' to export only your blog entries or select 'Pages' to export your blog page structure and information. Click 'Download Export File' to save your exported blog to your computer.
Import your Old Blog Data
9. Navigate to your new Wordpress blog by entering the domain name where you installed Wordpress in Section 1. If you installed Wordpress to a directory, make sure to add the directory to the URL.
10. Log in to your new Wordpress blog using the login information you created in Step 5 of Section 1.
11. Select 'Tools' from the Navigation menu and choose 'Import' from the Tools menu.
12. Click 'WordPress' to upload the export file created in Section 2. Select the 'Export file' and click 'Upload' to being the migration.
13. Map authors from the old blog to the authors set up in Step 5 of Section 1. Once you have mapped all the authors from the old blog to your new blog, Wordpress will upload your blog data.

How to Embed a Podcast in WordPress

1. Upload your podcast file to your Web server using an FTP client. This is necessary because on most blogs, you cannot upload large files through the dashboard. Put the podcast file in the main directory on your WordPress site; do not upload it to any of the sub-directories.
2. Log in to the WordPress dashboard from the 'wp-admin' directory of your website. Navigate to 'Posts' and click 'Add New.' Fill out the form with a title and description of the podcast.

3. Click the 'HTML' tab on the WordPress editor box. Copy and paste the following code into your post in the section where you want the audio player to appear:

This code is for the free Google Reader MP3 player. It will work on any Web page as long as your visitors' browsers are Flash-enabled. Most players require Flash, so this is a standard requirement.
4. Change 'MP3_FILE_URL' in the example code above to point to the URL of your podcast file. Additionally, change the 'width' value to adjust the width of the player, if you wish. You can change the height, too, but it looks best at the default setting of '27.'
5. Publish the post to your WordPress blog. The podcast will be embedded in your post.

How to Transfer WordPress to New Domain Using FileZilla

1. Open FileZilla and connect to your old site. Type in the FTP host, usern ame and Password in the fields at the top, and click on 'Quickconnect' to establish a connection.
2. Create a new folder on your local computer by right-clicking on the left window on FileZilla and selecting 'Create Directory.'

3. Copy all the content of your WordPress site to the new folder. Select all files and folders on the right window of FileZilla which shows all files on your site server, then drag them over to the left window, where it lists the content of the new folder on your computer. Wait until all files are copied.
4. Select 'Server' from the top menu and then 'Disconnect.'
5. Open a browser and log on to the Control Panel of your old Web host.
6. Click the link for 'phpMyAdmin,' then select the WordPress database. Click on 'Export' and 'Go,' to download an SQL file of your database. If you are unsure of where to find this, contact your host provider.
7. Open the SQL file in Notepad. Using the Find and Replace tool, replace all instances of your old domain to the new domain.
8. Open a window on your browser and log on to the control panel of your new domain. Create a new database user and a new database for your WordPress site.
9. Go to the phpMyAdmin of your new domain. Select the WordPress database you created and click on 'SQL.' Copy all the text in the SQL file you edited earlier and paste it in the text box for 'Run SQL query/queries on server.' Click 'Go.' All tables and data from your old database is now populated in the new database.
10. Go to the folder where you uploaded all your WordPress site files in your computer. Open the 'wp-config.php' file in Notepad. Replace the domain, database name, user name, password and host information to the new information of your new domain. Save the file.
11. Go back to FileZilla and connect to your new domain by entering the FTP host, user name and password of your new host and clicking on 'Quickconnect.'
12. Select all the files on the left window and drag them to the right window to copy over all the files of your WordPress site from your computer to the new domain. Wait until all files are uploaded.
13. Go to your new domain and view your WordPress site to make sure everything is as it should be.

How to Change the Color on a WordPress Template

1. Log in to your WordPress installation using any Web browser.
2. Click 'Appearance' and then 'Editor.' Here you are able to manually change any part of the theme you wish.

3. Click 'Stylesheet' under 'Styles.' The CSS style sheet for your WordPress theme should now appear in the text viewer.
4. Scroll down to the class or ID tag of an element in your theme that has a color property you wish to change. For example, you may wish to change the background color of the header, in which case you would scroll down to '#header.'
5. Delete the color name or hex value that appears to the right of the class or ID tag and type the color name or hex value of the new color. For example, you might see 'color: #0000FF;' under the 'a:link' tag, giving all the links used in your theme a color of black. Change it to 'color: #DC143C;' to change the link color to crimson. See Resources for additional color codes.
6. Click 'Update File' to save the color change.

How to Upload Videos to Wordpress

Upload Video from an External Site
1. Go to the site hosting the video you want to upload.
2. Select the video you want to upload and select 'Embed' or copy the URL given by the site. The external site gives you the code for the video.

3. Copy the code or URL given by the site, and return to your Wordpress blog. Paste the code into your blog post editor. The code appears on your site.
Upload Your Own Videos
4. Upgrade your Wordpress to include 'Video Press' from the 'Upgrade' menu in your Wordpress dashboard.
5. Select the film icon in your Wordpress 'Upload' bar, and select 'Select File.' Locate the video you want to upload to your Wordpress blog and click 'Upload.' This process may take a few minutes, and do not close the upload window during this process as this could corrupt or end the process.
6. View your video on your blog by locating the uploaded video in your 'Gallery' and selecting 'Show.' You can copy and paste the code for your video into your blog.

How to Upload HTML Files to WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress admin area. Click 'Media Library' from the menu on the left, then click 'Add New.'
2. Click 'Select Files' on the screen that appears. A window comes up, allowing you to browse your hard drive for the HTML file that you want to upload. Locate the file, click it once, then click 'Open' in the bottom right corner. Wait for the file to upload, which for a normal HTML file should not take long. Note that WordPress will return an error if the HTML file you try to upload is blank. If all you need to do is upload an HTML file with a particular file name -- for example, to verify that you are the owner of the site -- type the following into the file before uploading:

3. Copy and paste the URL of the file, located next to the 'File URL' field. If you need to link to the page from your main site, this is the URL you should use. You can also fill out the 'Title' and 'Description' fields to make your uploaded file easier to find.
4. Click 'Save all changes' when finished.

How to Set Up WordPress AWS C2

1. Sign up for an account with AWS. You need a valid email address, a valid phone number and a valid credit card number for the sign-up process.
2. Access the Amazon EC2 Management Console. Look in the upper left corner of the page where it says 'Navigation' and make sure that your region is set to 'US West.' This is importance because the Microsoft Web Platform images are only currently available in the Western US region.

3. Set up the firewall rules by selecting the item marked 'Security Groups' in the left-hand sidebar. The Security Groups will open in the center pane. Click 'Create Security Group' near the top.
4. Name the new group in the box provided and click 'Create.'
5. Click the 'Instances' menu found in the left-hand sidebar and click 'Launch Instance' to launch an EC2 DotNetNuke instance. Select 'Community Images' in the box that opens. Press 'Select' in the row that says 'Microsoft Web Platform -- WordPress...'
6. Click the button that says 'Continue.' You should be taken to a page where you can create your key pair. Type in the key if you have one already or create a new one by entering a name for the key and then click 'Create Download Key Pair.'
7. Click 'Continue' to move on to the launch page. You should be taken back to the main page of the AWS Management Console. Click on 'Instances' and then right-click on the Instances row to select 'Get Widows Password.'
8. Click on 'Download shortcut file' in the box that follows the previous step and right-click on the file to select 'Open.' This will establish the connection so you can log onto the remote machine. The login menu will launch automatically for WordPress installation with the Web Platform Installer.
9. Click on 'Install' at the bottom of the screen. Type in your desired MySQL password on the next page and answer the additional questions with regards to your installation preferences on the following pages.
10. Enter the MySQL password you chose in the previous when you get to 'Step 2 of 2: Enter application information' on the installation launcher. This will be used to create the WordPress database. Enter your username and other details as desired.
11. Click 'Launch WordPress' on the final installation page to finish the installation process. You will see a message on the next page that should say 'Congratulations! You have successfully installed the following products: Launch WordPress.'

How to Connect FeedBurner to WordPress

1. Sign up for a free Google account at the FeedBurner website. If you already have a Google account, you can use it.
2. Log into the site to access your FeedBurner dashboard.

3. Type your WordPress blog URL in the 'Ready to Burn?' text box and click the 'Next' button. FeedBurner will direct you to an Identify Feed Source page and automatically detect your RSS feed.
4. Type a feed name and a feed URL for your blog, then click the 'Next' button twice. These can be anything that you choose.
5. Click the box next to the 'Clickthroughs' and 'I want more!' options to redirect your WordPress feed and activate the feed statistics, then click the 'Next' button. Your feed is now linked to FeedBurner.

How to Publish Scheduled WordPress Posts

1. Compose a new post by selecting 'Add New' under the 'Posts' heading on the WordPress dashboard.
2. Click the 'Edit' link next to 'Publish immediately' on the right side of the page.

3. Enter the date and time that WordPress should publish the post using the fields under 'Publish immediately.'
4. Click 'OK.' 'Publish immediately' changes to 'Schedule for' followed by the date and time that you entered.
5. Continue writing the post as normal, then click the 'Schedule' button when you are finished.

How to Make a WordPress Ping

1. Navigate to the specific WordPress post you want to reference. Click inside your browser's 'Address Bar' to highlight the URL, then right-click and click 'Copy.'
2. Highlight the text within your own blog post that you want to link to the other person's blog and click the 'Link' button. Right-click within the blank field, then click 'Paste' to paste the URL. Finish composing the rest of your blog post, then click 'Publish' to publish your post and ping the WordPress blog.

3. Return to the post you pinged and scroll down to the comment section. A note mentioning your blog's name, the post in which you pinged the blog and a link to your blog appears.

How to Install File Share in WordPress on CentOS

1. Log in to the CentOS server locally or with your favorite SSH tool.
2. Open a terminal window if it is not opened automatically.

3. Use the 'cd' command to navigate to your WordPress directory, such as 'cd /path/to/wordpress/' to move into the '/path/to/wordpress' folder.
4. Type 'chmod -R 777 *' and press 'Enter' to install the new file-sharing permissions.

How to Post Web Clips to a Wordpress Blog Directly With a 'Press This' Button


Log into your Wordpress account. Go to your 'Write' section and choose to write a new post. It's in this section that you will find the tip to add the 'Press This' button to your bookmarks menu.
2. Click on the 'Press this' link and simply drag it to your bookmarks menu bar on the Internet browser you are currently using. From now on, you are ready to post content to your blog from any other site. This feature allows you to post both text and photos to your blog.


Go to any website. You can even test the button by navigating your own site. While you are on the page that you want to post to your site, click on the 'Press This' button on your bookmarks bar. A new window will pop up.

Note that this window looks like your editing page on Wordpress. You can edit and format your blog entry as you want. The only difference is that you can only see the 'View' option, and cannot edit any HTML code. However, this problem can be solved by saving the entry as a draft and editing once you are on your Wordpress account. Click 'Save' or 'Publish' when you are done with your entry.
5. Go to your site and check to see how the last post was published. You can always come back and do some edits on your regular Worpdress account.

How to Email a Blog Entry to WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress account. Hold your mouse pointer over the 'My Blog' tab' to display a drop-down menu.
2. Click 'Dashboard' to display your Dashboard. Click the 'MyBlogs' link located on the left side of the page. WordPress displays a list of your blogs.

3. Click the 'Writing' link Locate the the blog to which you wish to send email and click the 'Enable' button in that blog's 'Post By Email' column. WordPress generates a secret email link and displays it in that column.
4. Highlight that link using your mouse, the copy it to your Windows clipboard.
5. Log on to any email client and create a new email message. Paste the link you copied into your message's 'To:' field.
6. Type the words you wish to appear as your blog's title in the 'Subject' field. For instance, if you would like the blog's title to read, 'Today's Update From My Vacation,' type that in your email message's 'Subject' field.
7. Position your cursor in the body section of your message where you normally compose your email. Type the text for your blog entry in that section.
8. Send your email. WordPress posts your entry to your blog and sends a confirmation reply to your email account within a few minutes.

How to Put Your WordPress Page in FileZilla

1. Connect to your website using your web host's FTP information. Once the 'Connected' status appears in the top panel of the FileZilla window, you are ready to start transferring files.
2. Expand the folders within the 'Local Site' panel to display the unzipped WordPress installation folder on your computer. Open the folder to show the files.

3. Expand the directories within the 'Remote Site' panel to display the root directory of your server. Depending on the host you are using, this directory may be named 'httpdocs' or 'content.' If you are unsure which directory to install WordPress into, check with your web host.
4. Click and drag the WordPress folder from your local files to the remote root directory. Transferring all of the files will take a few minutes. You can see the status of the file transfer within the bottom panel of the FileZilla folder. Once the transfer is complete, you may proceed with configuring WordPress through your Internet browser.

How to Add a Short Code to WordPress

1. Open your 'functions.php' file in a code editor and scroll down to the bottom. Write a function that returns whatever output you want to appear whenever you use the finished short code. Here is an example:function some_stuff() {return 'Whatever you want to output.';}
2. Add this built-in WordPress 'hook' function below the short code function:add_shortcode('myshortcode', 'some_stuff');Replace 'myshortcode' with whatever you want to name your short code. This is the name you will use when typing the short code in a post. Replace 'some_stuff' with the name of the function that handles the short code's output.

3. Change your code like this if you want to add an attribute to your short code:function some_stuff() {Extract(shortcode_atts(array('thing' => ''), $atts));Return '
';}Replace 'thing' with the name you want to give your attribute, such as 'href' for a short code that creates links or 'columns' for a short code that creates columns. Return a string containing the tag code and concatenate -- break the string to add in more PHP code -- the attribute as a variable into the string. Also concatenate the variable 'content' between the tags.
4. Upload your edited 'functions.php' file and save it over the earlier version. Log into the WordPress dashboard and edit a post. Click the 'Visual' editor tab and then write out your short code in the post like this:[myshortcode thing='some-value']Content goes in here.[/myshortcode]

How to Activate WordPress in GoDaddy

1. Navigate to and log in to the Account Manager using the user name and password fields at the top of the page.
2. Click 'My Products' on the left side of the page, and then click 'Web Hosting.'

3. Click the 'Launch' link beside the name of your GoDaddy Web hosting service. This opens a new window titled 'Hosting Control Center.'
4. Click the 'Your Applications' button at the top of the page, and then click 'Install Apps.'
5. Select 'WordPress' on the list of available applications, and then click the 'Install Now!' button.
6. Click the name of the domain that you want to install WordPress on.
7. Enter a user name for the GoDaddy Community, and then click 'Next.'
8. Enter a name and password for the WordPress database. For example, you might call the database 'WordPress.' The database name is private; it is not the same as the name of the WordPress blog, which visitors can see. Click 'Next.'
9. Enter a folder name in the 'Install Directory' field if you want users to enter a directory name such as '' to view your WordPress blog. If you want users to view the blog when entering the domain name only, such as ',' leave the field blank. Click 'Next.'
10. Type the user name and password that you would like to use when logging in to your WordPress blog.
11. Type your email address.
12. Type the title that WordPress should display as the name of your blog.
13. Click the 'Finish' button to finish installing WordPress. GoDaddy requires approximately 24 hours to complete the installation process and set the blog up. When the process is finished, you will receive a message from GoDaddy at the email address you provided.

How to Create a Home Page with WordPress

1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard by using the proper user name and password. These are assigned to you by email when the account is created, and under the Users tab, you can change or create different administration users after your account is live. The dashboard gives you access to the 'back end' of the site and allows you to adjust the site and add content.
2. Go to the Pages section on the left side of the dashboard, and select the Add New Page link. Label this page 'Home,' and add any copy, logos, graphics or images. The actual layout of the content will depend on the theme you choose. You can choose from thousands of themes, ranging from simple, free templates to customized, highly developed themes available for sale from individual developers.

3. Save your changes to the page, and return to the Settings section of the dashboard.
4. Select the Reading option underneath Settings, and select the Static Page bubble next to Front Page Displays.
5. Go to the Front Page drop-down menu located directly beneath the Static Page option, and select the Home page you just created. (See Reference 2.) If you plan on having a blogging page within your site, you can also designate an additional page where blog entries can be placed. Simply activate the Posts Page drop-down menu, and choose your blog page from the menu.
6. Select the link at the top of your dashboard labeled with the name of your site, which will direct you to the live version of your website. Check to see that the homepage is now static, meaning that it does not contain any blogging entries and loads the way you envisioned.

How to Rename a WordPress Theme in the Dashboard

1. Log in to your WordPress dashboard. Click on 'Editor' in the Appearance panel to open the file editor.
2. Open the theme's primary style sheet (style.css). Examine the top of the file.

3. Locate the theme name declaration:/*Theme Name: Expositio ThemeAuthor URL: http://www.wpshower.comDescription: Expositio is a free portfolio-type WordPress theme for photographers and designers. Expositio theme allows you in several clicks to showcase your works to the whole world.Author: Wpshower
4. Change the declared theme name in the 'Theme Name' field. If desired, change the author, author URL and description.
5. Click on 'Update File.' You'll see an error warning, letting you know the declared theme name doesn't exist. Click on 'Refresh' and you'll be returned to the file editor. Click on 'Themes.' You'll see the new theme name updated in the theme manager.

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