So there’s WordPress 3.0 installed in your computer and a wordpress child theme default ready to use. But what if you want to make your own child theme? Check out the links below. They will tell you how to dress up or even make your own child theme for WordPress 3.0.
This article articles cover the advantages and disadvantages of Child Theme, and also gives you tutorial on how to create one
With a bit of reading and experimentation, you can move quickly beyond the basic examples of this introduction and make drastic changes — at a more advanced level, and given a good parent theme, the style and layout of a WordPress site can be changed completely by using only the stylesheet of a child theme
This tutorial will show you how to upload a parent theme of your choice via FTP, upload a child theme via FTP, and activate the child theme.
A WordPress child theme is a theme that inherits the functionality of another theme, called the parent theme, and allows you to modify, or add to, the functionality of that parent theme. This article shows how to create a basic child theme and explains what you can do with it
Sometimes , you might find a theme that you really like, but there’s a few changes that you would like to make. The problem is that when you edit the theme files, if your theme ever gets updated, you lose all your changes. That’s where child themes come in.
When creating a theme for your WordPress site, one of the most important ways to ensure that you can receive regular updates is to learn how to use parent and child themes. Child theme support has been greatly improved with WordPress 3.0 and it’s highly encouraged when customizing a theme for your site
Child themes are the best way to customize an existing WordPress Theme. They allow you to inherit the functionality of another theme, and extend it without modifying the original theme files.