6 February 2015
Comments: 15

How To Create A Custom WordPress Page Template

There may be times when you want to create a blog page or that looks different than a normal page. Or Perhaps you want to use WordPress to run your entire website but want the main page of your domain to look completely different than a typical blog. This is an easy way to customize WordPress that can be very easily accomplished by creating a custom WordPress page Template.
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15 responses on “How To Create A Custom WordPress Page Template

  1. MD ABU HENAN GAZI says:

    Sir, do you have a help?
    I have a wordprees web pages, but the pages of the photos, videos and
    insert pages in the folder but I can not hear? How do you say can do?
    I do not like the English, since I am in west bengal, please do not mind.


    God bless you bro you really helped me , thnx so much bro :)

  3. wu yan says:

    very nice tutorial…

    thx and god bless you and the world…

    a sincere blessing from hong kong..


  4. Carolyn McGarigle says:

    Thank you!!!

  5. h de wolf says:

    This is very helpfull. For the advanced user. Exactly what I was looking
    for. Thank you so much

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  7. jobleads says:

    Thanks for the help I got first try and I am not an advanced user I have
    been trying to do this all day thanks

  8. liquidplastic62 says:

    I’d like to use wordpress as a cms. I like brochure style sites and really
    just want to be able to edit home, about, gallery etc with maybe a long
    blog page. IS this possible?

  9. lucianne says:

    This just makes me really mad that you didn’t explain a thing about how to
    get the HTML code from the Publisher or Front Page document. That is just
    so assumptive, and I hope you write back to me. I spent this entire night
    trying to figure it out from Publisher Help.

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  11. PublicRelatorTV1 says:

    Yes it does work.

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  13. Mike Groves says:

    Only useful for advanced users

  14. Michael Soriano says:

    I’m trying to follow your video – but how come in my dashboard (Write Page)
    I don’t have the “Page Template” option in the side bar?


    This was a great tutorial, yes – But none of my images are uploading? What
    am I doing wrong?

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