When you revisit some WordPress-driven sites, you may note a change in the feel or appearance of the site since your last visit. This change has been made by altering the WordPress theme of the site. The theme change may result in the disappearance of all your widgets. WordPress makes it very simple to change your blog’s theme design completely. Before you change the design, of your blog or site, you need to take some critical steps so that the change works smoothly.
The best thing about WordPress is that there are thousands of themes for customizing your blog. WordPress offers great flexibility. New themes are being created daily with many highly customizable free WordPress themes made available. The theme is actually just like a skin for the weblog. The overall look and presentation is also changed. The theme makes changes to the way you display the site but does not make changes to the basic software of the site.
Things You Must Do When Changing WordPress Themes
When you change themes, sometimes the new theme is not able to display the widgets well. This is not such a big problem in the case of standard widgets, such as Archives and Pages. But, you might have painstakingly created several customized scripts and hand written codes having hand-entered parameters. How can you prevent such a disaster from happening while changing your WordPress theme? You need to take care of some aspects while changing the theme to avoid this problem.
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- 1. SAVING SIDEBAR CODES
- 2. STAT TRACKING CODE
- 3. CHECKING PLUGINS FOR DELETING
- 4. WORKING OF THE PLUGINS
- 5. CHANGES IN DESIGN AND COLOR OF ADS
- 6. RSS FEED SUBSCRIPTIONS
- 7. CHECK OUT SECONDARY FEATURES
- 8. TESTING ON MULTIPLE BROWSERS
- 9. CARE IN MAKING MODIFICATIONS
- 10. INFORMING USERS
- 11. BACKUP FOR WIDGETS
- 12. BACK UP EVERYTHING
- 13. CHECK OUT THE LINKS
- 14. REMOVING UNWANTED LINKS/WIDGETS
- 15. RESEARCHING A NEW THEME
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