When modifying your WordPress website, it is imperative that you make you modifications on a Child Theme. For non-gurus like me, there IS an easy way!
How to Create a Child Theme the Easy Way
To copy templates to your new Child Theme, see an example in Adding a Full Width Page to 2013 Theme
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Why WordPress? Because it works!
Approximately 12% of all websites on the web are built using WordPress. It is by far the most common and well known platform ever. There are over twenty five thousand plugins available for modifying, adding features, changing layouts and appearance with the click of a button. Contact forms, security settings, online shopping carts, integrations, chat, newsletters, action buttons, sidebar displays and much more…
SEO capability is the true WordPress ‘secret weapon’. Without arguement, WordPress produces sites that index very well. With comparitively little effort (maybe the 80/20 rule again?) a WordPress site can be fine-tuned to deliver surprising SEO results in a very short time. Wordpress capabilities in SEO and Content Management make your input the 20% needed to get the 80% results!
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