Three things to change about the default Wordpress template

  • links in article text are not underlined
  • text-align:justify
  • article archive pages lose the sidebar. every page of your blog is an entry point, so why eliminate the sidebar when someone enters via an individual article archive page.

3 Responses to “Three things to change about the default Wordpress template”

  1. Phil says:

    I agree with you on the sidebar for individual entries. Here’s how I did it. First, add the get_sidebar() function to the bottom of the page. Then I changed the class of the content div from widecolumn to narrowcolumn. Finally, I commented out the line in the header.php file that decides weather or not to show the sidebar background.

  2. pat says:

    @Phil: thanks for the info! Hopefully I won’t won’t stick with this default template for long, but who knows when I’ll get a chance to update it or create my own.

  3. pat says:

    Sweet – that did the trick.

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