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Posted on 2013-06-13
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Hi,

I want to be able to change wordpress themes. I know css,html and enough php to make things work.

Is this example of what to do a decent example? I am a bit hazy on how wordpress uses this and what to do with responsive  pages.

http://www.siteground.com/tutorials/wordpress/wordpress_create_theme.htm
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That looks like a pretty decent tutorial. Note that there are plenty of themes out there for free.

http://wordpress.org/themes/

1777 themes - free
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It looks like a good example.  However, I would Upload a "Blank" them and activate it.  Then, you will have all of the Wordpress code you need without all the other junk.  You then have a nice clean CSS that you can build on.
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