about favicon.ico : if you have a favicon.ico in the root of your site, most browsers will load it without the need to link to it. you can also link from your templates to another file as you do now in your wordpress header.
Coming to custom pages: In your wordpress editor you can select the drop-down menu labeled "Page Template" and give any page a custom template.
The template to select here you have to create first however.
To give it a try you can take your ‚page.php‘ from the arthemia theme folder and duplicate it with another (anything will work) filename.
So use for this copy of page.php the name: page-no-sidebar.php.
To make wordpress recognize this file as page template, you add a comment to the TOP of page-no-sidebar.php
Template Name: no-sidebar
Still have to remove the sidebar call in this template! Going to the bottom of this file you find: < ? php get_sidebar(); ? >
remove this line and save the file into your arthemia theme folder.
Just for testing go to edit any of your wordpress pages in your dashboard, select in the drop-down menu labeled "Page Template" on the right side of your screen the template ’no-sidebar‘ and save (you can always select default to go back!) now check if the page you just saved is displaying a sidebar or not.
With this kind of template for wordpress pages you can also load a custom header (with custom style.css) or custom footer. This would be the next step.
I didn’t invent this stuff, see here:
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3. Dez. 2012 (von: omerkhan01)
Hi there Master Admin, So I got an SEO all in one pack, or Platinum SEO plug in which allows me to put a page title, description and meta tags for each page in my dashboard, now for many of…
5. Dez. 2012 (von: Joern)
I guess your Platinum SEO plugin will not 'see' your custom pages? For Wordpress these pages are just links to somewhere else and Wordpress or a plugin can not modify the meta in the header.So your dashboard (or plugin) can…
5. Dez. 2012 (von: omerkhan01)
Masteradmin, Sorry I am lost. as to what you are saying. I wanted to know if I put the "meta data" inside the custom php pages, because that is what Google indexes, as that is what is called from wordpress…
5. Dez. 2012 (von: Joern)
I wanted to know if I put the "meta data" inside the custom php pages, because that is what Google indexes, as that is what is called from wordpress right?Sure you can edit your custom pages and add the meta…
6. Dez. 2012 (von: omerkhan01)
Masteradmin, Can I create a favicon for my "custom pages"? Also, you said that I don't have to use custom pages( I could if I want to) but that I could also use Wordpress and have wordpress be like my…
7. Dez. 2012 (von: omerkhan01)
Masteradmin, you forgot to answer my last question.Here it is again.Let's say that in all of my "custom pages", I am referencing the different "header banners" using something like<div class="banner1"<div class="banner2", etcAnd then manipulating this in my CSSWhere do I…
7. Dez. 2012 (von: Joern)
did I forget? might be lazy...There is a difference between your header images and images in your content.Your header images (class="banner1" etc) are set in your css as BACKGROUND image, here you can't set alt tags or keywords.You could however…