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How to edit PHP code.

  1. Hi guys!!

    I am quite new on these things.

    I have a blog bought Css upgrade and I edited the code. Now, I am thinking to buy the mapping and registration upgrades because I am interested in to edit some PHP code. After reading the differences between ".com" and ".org", I am sorry, but It's not clear yet.

    - If I buy those upgrades.. Can I edit PHP code?
    - What software is for?

    As you can, I am quite lose with evrything. I'll be grateful if someone can site me.

    Thanks guys!!

    The blog I need help with is

  2. We bloggers cannot access and edit the underlying php and html in our themes. We are all on the same multi-user blogging platform and if we could edit the edits would be universally applied to all who have the same theme.

  3. Thanks!!

    So, if I want to edit PHP, html, What should I do? DO I should consider a privately-hosted blog and site using the software ??

  4. Yes you get a self-hosted blog. Didn't you read the link timethief posted?! Excerpts:

    "The Custom CSS Upgrade, however, does NOT grant you the ability to edit the core PHP and HTML template files of any theme. This functionality is only applicable to privately-hosted blogs and sites using the software. If you require this functionality and would like to consider"

  5. @ihmosi
    The bottom line here is that we cannot edit the php or html in our underlying templates at If you require that functionality you must hire a web host and self host free wordpress software available from http://wordpress.ORG

    However, before you make adecision with regard to leaving wordpress.COM if you simply tell us what exactly you wish to achieve we may be able to provide a work-around that accomplishes what you want.

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