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WEB170 » 03) Create Your Template Files

After you install & set-up WordPress on your own server, you will need to make sure that you have a set of template files to work from to complete the remainder of the assignments for WEB170.

This is where re-using your WEB120 or WEB200 project will come in handy.

Requirements:

  1. For your templates, you will need to create a 1) main.html, a 2) home.html and a 3) style.css file to work from.
  2. Post these templates in their own folder and link to them as your “Templates” from your Client Staging Area according to the class Schedule (Spring).
  3. Post these templates to GitHub and link to them as your “Protosite (Theme) Repository” from your Client Staging Area according to the class Schedule (Spring).

Examples: 

 

 

This portion of the Premium Design Works website is written by Mike Sinkula for the Web Design & Development students at Seattle Central College and the Human Centered Design & Engineering students at the University of Washington.

48 Comments:

  1. Han Sue Yu says:

    This is the URL for my templete files.

  2. Han Sue Yu says:

    Hi, This is my templete for wordPress.

  3. Updated staging area with links to templates.

  4. Jonathan Paddock says:

    Main & Home Template files: http://ultan.photography/web170/index.html

  5. Kenneth Edwards says:

    Template code added as link: http://rpcvjet.github.io/

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