Part 1 of coding HTML / CSS into a WordPress Theme

0 Part 1 of coding HTML / CSS into a WordPress ThemeIn this video, I set the basic foundation of a WordPress theme and create the first dynamic content area on the home page grid.

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6 thoughts on “Part 1 of coding HTML / CSS into a WordPress Theme

  1. @karlorihoo You may …
    @karlorihoo You may also need to use TEMPLATEPATH at times to get the directory url – normally I use this when including a file ( ex. include(TEMPLATEPATH.”/includes/fb_script.php”); )

  2. @wpthemesandplugins …
    @wpthemesandplugins OK I see. Thanks for the clarification. One more question if you have time to answer it — Is there any other definition that returns the same value as stylesheet_directory? (Such as theme_directory, I don’t even know if this is actually defined by WP. I do apologize for the basic questions, I just can’t seem to find these definitions in one central location.)

  3. @karlorihoo …
    @karlorihoo Actually no –> they do not refrence the same thing – stylesheet_url returns the absolute url to the theme stylesheet ( style.css ) – stylesheet_directory on the other hand returns the absolute url to the theme directory – this allows for dynamic path to files inside the theme directory ( Ex: (‘stylesheet_directory’); /images/logo.png )

    Hope this helps…

  4. In your header, you …
    In your header, you reference ‘stylesheeet_url’ and ‘stylesheet_directory’. Don’t they return the same value? I guess my question is, why use one or the other?

  5. @lunarshuttle …
    @lunarshuttle Thanks for the compliment, I’ll keep posting – please subscribe.

  6. A wordpress …
    A wordpress tutorial that’s worth watching! Most of the seem to be for theme kiddies…

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