1024×768, at least 20% users have this one, and lots of users have above that.
add_action($tag, $function_to_add, $priority, $accepted_args); add_filter($tag, $function_to_add, $priority, $accepted_args); The $tag parameter is where you specify the hook you want to add to; $function_to_add is the name of your function. The next two are optional, but worth knowing about: $priority is used to determine the order in which your action ought to occur, relative to other […]
All functions you want to overwrite, you can put it inside functions.php on your child theme, regarding pre-established functions: get_header grabs header.php get_footer grabs footer.php get_sidebar grabs sidebar.php get_searchform grabs searchform.php—if this is missing, WordPress simply renders a default search form comments_template grabs comments.php get_header(‘custom’), for example, will grab a file called header-custom.php get_template_part(‘partname’), which […]
1) Download thematic (as the parent theme) 2) Create a child theme folder for the new site, and activate it using wordpress admin screen 3) Choose the basic layout you need, by modifying this line: @import url(‘../thematic/library/layouts/2c-r-fixed.css’); You can also create your own layout at this point if you feel like it. Same with typography […]