Did you ever see WordPress blogs which have a separate header for various classes? On this tutorial we’ll share a easy snippet that you need to use so as to add customized header, footer, and even sidebar for every WordPress class.
To name a specific header, you will want to open your index.php and change your regular header code with this one:
This code above is mainly telling WordPress that if somebody opens the class referred to as “Running a blog” then WordPress must show a file referred to as header-blogging.php if it exist. If it doesn’t exist, or if the class shouldn’t be running a blog, then WordPress shows the default header file.
To get a separate sidebar for every all you must do is add the next code:
The code above will search for sidebar-blogging.php to exchange the default footer file if the class is Running a blog.
To get a separate footer for every class all you must do is add the next code:
The code above will search for footer-blogging.php to exchange the default footer file if the class is Running a blog.