HTML to WordPress integration

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HTML to WordPress integration
« on: 03-11-2015, 04:26:39 »
Hello all, I have created 9 html pages for my website and now i want to integrate them into WP cms but don't know how to integrate in WordPress. Can you guide me please regarding this? Thanks for the help.


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Re: HTML to WordPress integration
« Reply #1 on: 01-15-2018, 00:09:05 »
    Some steps to convert HTML to Wordprss integration:
Step 1: Create a New Theme Folder and Necessary Files. On your desktop, create a new folder to hold your theme files.
    Step 2: Copy Existing CSS Into New Stylesheet.
    Step 3: Separate Your Current HTML.
    Step 4: Finalize Your Index.php File.
    Step 5: Upload Your New Theme.
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Re: HTML to WordPress integration
« Reply #2 on: 09-17-2018, 05:00:14 »
The first option is also the most technical. If you go this route, you will take your existing code and use it as a starting point to create the WordPress theme files.

It’s not too complicated, especially if you have coding experience. You can pull it off with a bit of HTML, CSS and some PHP knowledge. A lot of it is copy and paste.

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Re: HTML to WordPress integration
« Reply #3 on: 12-26-2018, 03:13:19 »
There are some steps to Move from HTML to WordPress

1) Create a Theme Folder and Basic Files. The first thing you need to do is create a new theme folder. ...
2) Copy Existing CSS to the WordPress Style Sheet. ...
3) Separate Your Existing HTML. ...
4) “WordPressify” Header.php and Index.php. ...
5) Create a Screenshot and Upload Theme...

 

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