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Suppose you want to create a simple page template that appears when you create a page in the WordPress baking system. Name your template any way you want. OK, let's create a filename in /wp-content/theme/my-theme/ named template-about.php. All of the coding you need to tell WordPress that it is a page template.
Store the filename and create a new page in the administration panel. As you should see, the'About the page' is in the template's drop-down list. Developers know that a tidy tree is the first stage to a maintained code base. There' a very important rules when it comes to page layouts and folders, and that is:
Pages can be in the themes folder or one layer high. Pages can be in the themes folder or one layer high. You can see that the Template-about. page site is a layer deeply in the themes folder. WordPress is able to recognise the existing document (and template) and also allows us to keep things simple.
There' also a /template-parts folder you might be astonished at. Get_template_part () allows us to insert either your own HTML or php or whatever from another one. Allow us to create templates. Phil in a little more details to show you how it works. Some points to keep in mind here: get_template_part() starts from a .php extension, so you can't call (and can't call) the files with a slp expansion.
However, as you can see, our template data will remain at the highest levels of cleanliness and readability. I' d suggest using this approach for practically all your template work. Like most things, however, there is a getcha, and that is get_template_part() uses a file that has its own locale, so putting a tag outside the template part and then invoking get_template_part() doesn't work.
When you try to reread the $content tag within the about-content.php document, you will notice that this does not work. In principle, you can view template parts as independent . However, there is a way to bypass this if you need to transfer tags to and from template parts, and that is to use the include( locate_template()) tree as follows:
One thing to keep in mind here is if you are using the include( locate_template()) tree, you need to add. to your file name. That' s about all you need to know about using page styles in WordPress. It' s remarkable that certain kinds of contents have template designations that are pre-defined.
The WordPress template hierarchy is probably the next stage on your way to WordPress programming.