The Twenty-Ten theme by default supports just 1-menu. Ofcourse, several menu's can be created but just one menu can be used as primary navigation, and at a single location.

In this tutorial, I'm using a child-theme(based on twenty-ten) which has its own functions.php file and where the new menuContinue Reading:


In this tutorial, we will add a new Widget Area to our child-theme.

Step-1: create a functions.php file inside our child-theme: twentyten-child

Open / edit your child-theme and add the following:

function twentyten_child_init()
// comments: these are my own new functions
// Area 7, located at the top of the sidebar.
register_sidebar( array(
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Quoting Wordpress Codex:

Unlike style.css, the functions.php of a child theme does not override its counterpart from the parent. Instead, it is loaded in addition to the parent’s functions.php. (Specifically, it is loaded right before the parent’s file.)

In that way, the functions.php of a child theme provides a smart,Continue Reading:


After installing Wordpress and publishing a few widgets, the Twenty-Ten theme looks like this:


In this tutorial, we want to move the Navigation menu above the Header image. All we are going to do is just cut and paste.

We need to edit file: header.php.


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Please refer to the first part of this tutorial titled: Wordpress Tutorial: how to replace the header image with a slider

example-1) Restore the site-title and tagline, edit header.php(inside the child-theme) and paste the following code:

<?php if ( function_exists( "easingsliderlite" ) ) { easingsliderlite(); } ?>

just after theContinue Reading:

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