In this great tutorial you will learn how to convert a stylish portfolio HTML to WordPress. If you’ve been following parts one and two of this stylish portfolio website tutorial series you will already know how to design the concept in Photoshop and build a working HTML and CSS website. Now let’s take the design and convert the HTML to WordPress theme so you can easily manage and update your website through the popular WordPress application.
In this HTML to WordPress tutorial, you will finale create your first WordPress theme that works. That means you build some important files that WordPress requires running without errors. This HTML to WordPress tutorial is in the series of “Create a Cool and Clean WordPress Theme” that helps you build a WordPress theme by yourself from nothing.
Now you will begin the final part of this tutorial series with the HTML to WordPress conversion. You should now have the valid HTML template created in the last tutorial “Create a Minimal WordPress Theme Part-two: Convert PSD to HTML”, and ready to use. Also before you begin this HTML to WordPress tutorial make sure you have Xamp or a local server up and running so you can see changes we make to our WordPress theme.
Now, it’s time to do the HTML to WordPress implementation. This HTML to WordPress tutorial will show you how to convert the HTML template into a WordPress theme. In this HTML to WordPress implementation, you need to know some WordPress template tags. In this tutorial you will use the default theme to start the WordPress implementation. I hope that you can learn to create a WordPress themes from scratch from this series of tutorial.
This is the second part of the creating a premium Wordpress theme tutorial series. In this HTML to Wordpress tutorial, you’ll learn how to slice a PSD web template and convert it into HTML/CSS. After that you will take that HTML template and convert it into a functional Wordpress template. This isn’t a basic HTML to Wordpress tutorial, if you’re a newbie, maybe you should read some basic HTML and CSS tutorials, to understand the basics of tags and Wordpress features and structure.