Wu Wei Theme – Creating a Static Template Page
Using the Wu Wei theme and trying to figure out how I turn off the posting feature (comments, links, etc.) that appear on all the pages. I would just like to have one page as a blog and the rest as static pages. I have the CS Editor feature as well as the php files.
Any guidance would be much appreciated!
The blog I need help with is gothamredux.wordpress.com.
Ihave the CS Editor feature as well as the php files. </blockquote.
Here at wordpress.COM on this multiuser blogging platform we cannot access PHP files. Have you read the sticky post at the head of the forum describing the differences between wordpress.COM free hosted blogs and free software installs for self hosting from wordpress.ORG?
I’m asking because you did not post the URL for the blog in question and because you can acess PHP files on w wordpress.ORG install. I think you are posting to the worng support forum and ought to be posting here http://wordpress.ORG/support
Please post the URL for the blog in question starting with http:// and I will give you a definitive answer.
We need a link to the blog that you are talking about, but if you are dealing with PHP files, then you are in the wrong forum and need to head over to http://wordpress.ORG/support/ as that is where self-hosted wordpress blogs using the software from wordpress.ORG are supported.
These forums are for those hosted here on the wordpress.COM free hosting service and things here work differently (not to mention we cannot edit the PHP files here).
If you do not know the difference, see this support document: http://en.support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/ .
Thank you for your advice. I’ve realized I’ve been running two sites at once and want to stick with the simpler .com option. You’ve given great direction to other newbies so I’ll start with what you’ve already posted in terms of design changes.
I do have one question. Is it better on the CSS Editor page to “Just add to the Wu Wei theme CSS Stylesheet or Start from scratch and just use this option? I don’t like in the former that I can’t scroll through everything.
Thank you again.
Please read this and you will understand > http://csswiz.wordpress.com/2009/10/15/if-you-have-the-wp-com-css-upgrade/
@makingwordcount, as it says in the link TT references, it is easiest and best to add only the specific classes and IDs you need, and then only the specific declarations you are adding or changing and use the “add to existing…” This makes it much easier to see what you have changed and for making future changes or adjustments since you will not have to wade through all of the CSS that you did not change.
The topic ‘Wu Wei Theme – Creating a Static Template Page’ is closed to new replies.