2017-04-04 07:35
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I have recently created a custom WordPress theme, following a guide I found online.

However, all of the guides I came across explain how to set up a blogging site and do not explain how to set up a static website page. I am guessing that it is something to do with this code in my index.php:


                >.   get_template_part( 'content', get_post_format() );

            >.   endwhile; endif; 
        >.   ?>

When I remove this, it removes the blog layout. However, I do not know what to amend to make a static page layout.

Can anyone help please?

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  • douqiu1604
    douqiu1604 2017-04-04 09:15

    get_post_format() Returns the post format of a post. This will usually be called in the the loop, but can be used anywhere if a post ID is provided. and its usually found on the posts pages/blogs.. therefore Its used in a theme when you want to display blog posts.

    As you you might know that wp have different posts types. let's just take two of them.

    Post (Post Type: 'post')

    Page (Post Type: 'page')

    The get_post_format() is used to get the format of a post,(blog Post) if you open your wp dashboard and start a new post or editing existing post you will see different posts formats types

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    As you can see from the image above, the red highlited part is the post format, that is what you are requesting when u use get_post_format() wp treats that template as it should display posts, but not pages.

    If you want the content of the page you then need to use the_content()

    Therefore this

    get_template_part( 'content', get_post_format() );
    endwhile; endif;

    becomes :

    get_template_part( 'content', the_content() );
    endwhile; endif; 

    alternatively :

     <div class="YourContainer">
    <?php if (have_posts()) : while (have_posts()) : the_post(); ?>
      <div class="YourContentDiv">
       <?php the_content();?>
      <?php endwhile; ?>
      <?php else:
            echo "no content found";
    <?php endif; ?>

    Hope this helps, Goodluck

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  • douyan1921
    douyan1921 2017-04-04 08:34

    If you look at the page template hierarchy you will see which template is used in which circumstances:

    For example if you create a front-page.php template it will take precedence of other templates.

    If you set a static home page in settings then the template used will depend on the hierarchy first a custom named selectable template if this isn't set then a page-$slug.php template e.g. home-page.php then if that doesn't exist then a page-$id.php e.g 15-page.php if this doesn't exist then page.php will be used then singular.php then index.php

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