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January 11, 2013 at 7:05 am #41927
It’s been a couple of months now that I’ve tried to find answers or instruction on how to install items like: ToolTips, buttons, sliders, tables using CSS (sets?) that I’ve downloaded. They come nicely packaged in a primary folder and include other folders: CSS, JS, Images, Fonts and some index.html documents…BUT, no instructions on how I would install them on my wordpressMU site’s pages.
I’ve watch videos, joined forums, etc. but as helpful as so many have been, I still do not have a clear idea on how to do this. I would really appreciate any advice on getting this to happen. Thanks!January 11, 2013 at 8:03 am #120647Andy HowellsParticipant
I imagine they’re themes? So you put them in wp-content –> themes
Then you select them inside WordPress in theme management.January 11, 2013 at 9:02 am #120651Andy HowellsParticipant
I’m just guessing to be honest – the question is vague.January 11, 2013 at 10:58 am #120664
Hi Everyone! Great of you to help me. I didn’t think I’d get an answer so quickly. And, Chris you are great to reiterate. The problem here is I’m an beginner. I don’t quite know how to: add classes and id’s to define these specific actions. These items come with documents inside folders that is the code.
My child theme CSS is blank. I can create a folder for the JS and one for all the Images. I assume all of these folders will reside in my Child Theme.
Now, I’ll have…lets say 5 of these items to install, each have their own set of folders (CSS, JS, Images, Fonts, Index.html documents) with content/code. Do I place ‘their’ folder inside my child theme folder(s) or do I place the documents from each of ‘their’ folders inside my child theme’s folders that I’ve created; i.e.: CSS, JS, Images, Font, etc.?
Then, I assume I add code to my wordpress theme, where? In the header for all pages? What code do I place there? I want to use items on specific pages, not on all pages of my wordpressMU site.
Andy, sorry I was vague…it isn’t a theme but: sliders, buttons, tooltips, tables, etc.
The site I’m working on is: http://www.corporate-headquarters.bizJanuary 11, 2013 at 11:24 am #120668
Thank you Chris, again. On a scale of 1 to 10, ten being a professional web developer and one being someone that doesn’t know anything about HTML, what skill level is this? The reason I ask is because I would rate my skill level in regards to experience/knowledge between a 4 or 5.January 11, 2013 at 11:42 am #120676
Ok! With that vote of confidence…I’m goin’ in! Cheers Chris! Awesome as always.
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