How to Change Wordpress TemplateChanging Wordpress Template
To change the standard page style to show the "Full Width Page Style
I run this fsidxpress plug-in that creates dynamic lists pages for men (example above) and since it is such a large size, I want the standard page template to be the full width template and not the page with the sideline. Hey, you can choose the full width page template in your page editors.
At the right side/Sidebar you see a drop-down menu with the name "Template" - choose the template in full width and the side bar disappears. Yes, I am conscious of this, I am asking if it is possible to adjust the standard page template to the "full width" template and not to the one with the sideline.
Why I'm asking that the full width template be set as the standard template is because the full width list detail pages are created automatically/dynamically (without manual intervention) by the darxpress plug-in, so there's no way to choose the full width page template by hand. Now you can change the name of the template_fullwidth.php to page.php and then change the name of page.php to template_page.php.
What is the way to change the WordPress themes by modifying the data base?
Usually we change a WordPress topic from our WordPress dashboard. In some cases, upgrading a plug-in is not consistent with our latest design, so we need to change our WordPress design. The only way in such a situation is to change the topic manual from the data base. 3 ) Open the filename "wp-config.php" and verify the name of the data base.
4 ) Navigate to phpMyAdmin under'Databases' and open the WordPress page data base. 5 ) Open the wp-options spreadsheet from the data base. 6 ) Find and open two lines referred to as a template and style sheet. 7 ) Open both the template and the style sheet. Then, substitute the new design by inserting it into option_value.
To change the WordPress topic from the WordPress application using the following methods. 2 ) Elevate the topic to the topic directory. 5 ) Use the following commands to verify the topic currently used in WordPress Web site. WHERE option_name ='template' OR option_name ='stylesheet' OR option_name ='stylesheet' OR option_name = ' current_theme'; 6) Now refresh the WordPress topic with the callbellow.
UPDATE wp_options SET option_value ='topic name' WHERE option_name ='template'; If you need further help, please do not hesitate to ask our team.