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Re: Static blog page not working

I have no way of testing the validity of this at the moment, but:

Child Themes style.css

The simplest Theme possible is a child theme which includes only a style.css file, plus any images. This is possible because it is a child of another theme which acts as its parent.

To create such a Theme, you must specify a set of templates to inherit for use with the Theme by editing the Template: line in the style.css header comments. For example, if you wanted the Theme “Rose” to inherit the templates from another Theme called “test”, you would include Template: test in the comments at the beginning of Rose’s style.css. Now “test” is the parent Theme for “Rose”, which still consists only of a style.css file and the concomitant images, all located in the directory wp-content/themes/Rose. Additionally (as of WordPress 2.7), the child theme may contain template files, which can be selected in the admin panel as normal, and will override the parent’s template files where those possess the same name.


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