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Kopyov says

Hey guys. I have a weird task. I need to create a WP theme, which will contain only 1 page without sidebar, search, blog etc. Kinda landing page. So i don’t know WP dev, but i want to try :) There should be 4 files = index.php, page.php, header.php and footer.php Everything is clear. But what should i insert, if those people want to edit this page content from standard wp wysiwyg editor? I mean everything between header and footer should be editable from 1 page in admin panel. I know it’s very simple, but no idea what and where should i insert :)

Thanks!

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redfactory says

Just download a free theme or buy one here. Research it till it makes sence and try to implement your new found knowledge into the landingpage :) Trial and error is the best way to learn really.

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Kopyov says

I know. But there are so many different features, i don’t need them, i just want to know what tag i need to insert and where :)

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JamiGibbs says

Do a Google search for WordPress landing pages, or download a free one, dissect it, and learn. :)

http://mashable.com/2010/09/07/free-wordpress-themes-small-business/
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CodeSwift says

On top of my mind:

Option 1 – Content editable through theme options page (the page separated in sections).

Option 2 – Widgetized homepage (user uses widgets to insert content, you might need to create custom widgets).

Option 3 – Custom page template + content (for main area or something) + custom fields (for smaller areas).

Option 4 – Well you can’t do this, i can :) Build custom modules for the content composer(something we made for our themes) and let the user create the content as he wants it easily :)

If i couldn’t use Option 4 then i would go with the Option 1.

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