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First Impressions

OK, so the first thing I did was to copy the Default Theme. Second, edit the first few lines of “style.css” so WordPress will properly recognize this as a unique Theme. Now I’ve got a sandbox in which to experiment with my own WordPress Theme. If it ever gets out of control and I can’t fix it, or get tired of trying, then I can always revert to the Default Theme.

Some things are a matter of preference. I like to see the entire HTML framework, i.e. html, header and body tags, all in the same template. It appears that this means extra code for a bunch of templates. Maybe there’s another way around…

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