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DiogoRedinDevelopment says

Hi Everyone,

What techniques do you use to convert your WordPress themes to HTML templates?

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cippo says

What? .. What do you mean?

Maybe you wanted to say ‘convert your HTML templates to WordPress themes’?

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JamiGibbs says

I start with PHP files for the navigation and footer (trust me when I say that you REALLY don’t want to edit all the HTML files later just to change the navigation or other universal parts of your pages).

Then it’s just a matter of viewing the source code and cleaning/formating all of the HTML in an editing program of choice (for me it’s Notepad ++). Quite frankly, it’s a very simple but tedious job.

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DiogoRedinDevelopment says
cippo said
What? .. What do you mean? Maybe you wanted to say ‘convert your HTML templates to WordPress themes’?

No …

I really want to convert my WordPress theme to HTML . I know there are some people who save the pages in HTML format, but I want to know if there are any other techniques :)

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DiogoRedinDevelopment says
JamiGibbs said
I start with PHP files for the navigation and footer (trust me when I say that you REALLY don’t want to edit all the HTML files later just to change the navigation or other universal parts of your pages). Then it’s just a matter of viewing the source code and cleaning/formating all of the HTML in an editing program of choice (for me it’s Notepad ++). Quite frankly, it’s a very simple but tedious job.

Thank you :) You do the conversion manually, right? Or do you copy the browser output code?

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JamiGibbs says
diogoredin said
JamiGibbs said
I start with PHP files for the navigation and footer (trust me when I say that you REALLY don’t want to edit all the HTML files later just to change the navigation or other universal parts of your pages). Then it’s just a matter of viewing the source code and cleaning/formating all of the HTML in an editing program of choice (for me it’s Notepad ++). Quite frankly, it’s a very simple but tedious job.
Thank you :) You do the conversion manually, right? Or do you copy the browser output code?

In the browser, copy the source code from your WordPress version and then paste it into your editing software. It’s going to look like a mess because WP always makes the source code look all snaggle toothed.

After pasting, you’re going to have to manually go through it line by line to make sure there isn’t anything quirky with it and to beautify it too.

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DiogoRedinDevelopment says
In the browser, copy the source code from your WordPress version and then paste it into your editing software. It’s going to look like a mess because WP always makes the source code look all snaggle toothed. After pasting, you’re going to have to manually go through it line by line to make sure there isn’t anything quirky with it and to beautify it too.

I guess I have much work to do :P Thank you!

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creativestuff says

Hi I know exactly how to do it :D contact me at bgaby88 at yahoo dot com

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creativestuff said
Hi I know exactly how to do it :D contact me at bgaby88 at yahoo dot com

Email sent :S

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