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To remove a topic from your WordPress install
If you are looking for the WordPress design that's right for you, it's simple to just download one design after the other and test it. Your WordPress setup will soon look like a theme shop. If that happens, it's timely to clean up and remove the undesirable issues. You have two options for removing a theme from your WordPress setup, either via the WordPress Admin Panel or via an FTP / SFTPlient.
To use the first option, you need administrator rights to your WordPress setup. First log on to your WordPress system with your administrator user name and pass word. In your WordPress Administrator window, choose Appearance then Themes:: The Focusblog design is activated in this example. WordPress always places the current topic at the top of your page and annotates it.
The other three topics (GeneratePress, Make and Twenty Seventeen) are inactive: Let's erase the makeup theme. Move the mouse over it and click on the button labelled Theme Detail to choose it: You can now see the topic detail and the bottom right hand edge of the screen has the Save label:
To remove the topic from your WordPress install, click Remove. Choose OK. It deletes the make theme and preserves the rest of the designs: You can use the first option as long as you have full control over your WordPress Admin Dashboard. However, if you do not have FTP or SFTP backdoor then there is an alternate backdoor approach.
It is an online resource that allows a user to easily transfer data between their computer and a web site or web site. There are also FTP instructions that you can use to perform actions on a distant computer, such as viewing directory content, changing directory names, creating a directory, or deleting a file. The following example uses the SFTP Client Cyberduck to get my WordPress file, but there are other possibilities, for example:
Ask your WordPress web hosting provider for SFTP connection information and login information. You need to know these details: After you have reconnected to your WordPress install, browse to the wp-content directory and then to the themes subdirectory: This example shows the four topics of my WordPress setup in Alphabetical order:
Focusblog, GeneratePress, Make and Twenty Seventeen. Notice: There is no information which topic is currently on. Choose the topic you want to remove, e.g. Make, to highlight the line. Click the topic you want to remove with the right mouse button and choose Remove from the pop-up menu: Choose Clear. Deletes the Make theme, so that three topics (Focusblog, GeneratePress, and Twenty Seventeen) remain in the theme folder:
When you have a WordPress Admin Dashboard accessible, use the first approach because it's simpler than the second. See your current and idle topics before you select the topic you want to remove. And the second is a ''nice option'' that you have in stock if you can't use WordPress.