Artisteer It is a tool that can help us to create our own templates WordPress, Joomla!, Drupal, DotNetNuke Y Blogger. It is an automated web design tool that allows us to design completely the front-end of any of the above tools.
On this occasion, I leave the original Artisteer tutorial to install and use a WordPress template.
Installing WordPress Themes
- Access your Web server using an FTP client or Web server administration tools.
- Create a folder for your specific theme under "wp-content / themes" folder Within WordPress installation.
For example: <WordPressFolder> wp-contentthemes <YourThemeName>
- Copy or upload files exported from Artisteer theme into the newly created <YourThemeName> folder.
- Login to your WordPress administration panel and select Design -> Themes.
- In the 'Available Themes' section click on your theme title or screenshot, then a click the 'Activate Theme' link to activate it.
For more information please refer to the official WordPress documentation:
Creating WordPress Themes With Artisteer localized
When exporting themes Artisteer includes language files Automatically Several Obtained from WordPress Website at http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Localization
Specifically French, German, Italian and Spanish translations are exported by Artisteer in the WordPress compliant file naming format: <Country> _ <lang> .m
For example German language file is: de_DE.mo
Installing additional language support
To include a different or additional language support in your Worpdress theme Please find and copy the files into your Desired language specific WordPress theme folder.
You can find the additional language files in your default theme folder
or on the WordPress Website at http://codex.wordpress.org/WordPress_Localization.
To select a different language than your current WordPress language, change the "define" function in the wp-config.php file, for example: define ( 'WPLANG', 'de_DE').
To edit translations for your language Please download and install Codestyling Localization plug-in from http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/codestyling-localization/.
Then in WordPress administration select Manage -> Localization.
Customizing the Footer
To customize the template footer via WordPress 2.6+ administration:
- go to Administration -> Appearance -> Footer
- edit the HTML
Please note That the footer content will be Placed Within the container Paragraph (<p>).