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BuchmannDesign says

I’m still working on my first WP template, but i’d like to plan ahead so my stuff is organized.

Let’s say you’re developing a second, third, or more WP template. Let’s also assume you’re developing locally.

My current template is located in:

wamp/www/themeforest/wp-content/themes/mytheme

If i’m going to develop another theme, do i put it under the existing “themes” folder? If i do it that way, then i’m bound to the same database as mytheme, right?

Or do i start fresh, like:

wamp/www/themeforest2/wp-content/themes/anothertheme

I hope this makes sense! Thanks for your help…

John

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