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I recently started wp development and am trying to make a website on the Wonderflux framework.

Currently, I set the homepage as a static page from the WP admin dashboard. Now I am currently editing said page inside wp.   

wp edit

Is this the correct way to do this? Is there a way to simply redirect to "custom-home.php"custom-home.php on page load? Where that file would load the header, page content and the footer.

I am going to be having multiple pages with each their own looks so I think this should be accomplished using functions.php in my child theme but I'm not sure where to start. I just want WP to mainly handle pages with posts/blog content.

I apologize if I sound a bit scattered, I don't think using a framework for my first WP project was a good idea. I'm useused to bootstrap and was looking for a similar environment to build a responsive website. I feel like the only way I can properly learn everything is to build a theme from the ground up using the codex, but I don't have that much time unfortunately.

Any guidance would greatly be appreciated.

I recently started wp development and am trying to make a website on the Wonderflux framework.

Currently, I set the homepage as a static page from the WP admin dashboard. Now I am currently editing said page inside wp.  wp edit

Is this the correct way to do this? Is there a way to simply redirect to "custom-home.php" on page load? Where that file would load the header, page content and the footer.

I am going to be having multiple pages with each their own looks so I think this should be accomplished using functions.php in my child theme but I'm not sure where to start. I just want WP to mainly handle pages with posts/blog content.

I apologize if I sound a bit scattered, I don't think using a framework for my first WP project was a good idea. I'm use to bootstrap and was looking for a similar environment to build a responsive website. I feel like the only way I can properly learn everything is to build a theme from the ground up using the codex but I don't have that much time unfortunately.

Any guidance would greatly be appreciated.

I recently started wp development and am trying to make a website on the Wonderflux framework.

Currently, I set the homepage as a static page from the WP admin dashboard. Now I am currently editing said page inside wp. 

wp edit

Is this the correct way to do this? Is there a way to simply redirect to custom-home.php on page load? Where that file would load the header, page content and the footer.

I am going to be having multiple pages with each their own looks so I think this should be accomplished using functions.php in my child theme but I'm not sure where to start. I just want WP to mainly handle pages with posts/blog content.

I apologize if I sound a bit scattered, I don't think using a framework for my first WP project was a good idea. I'm used to bootstrap and was looking for a similar environment to build a responsive website. I feel like the only way I can properly learn everything is to build a theme from the ground up using the codex, but I don't have that much time unfortunately.

Any guidance would greatly be appreciated.

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Wonderflux Framework Static Homepage

I recently started wp development and am trying to make a website on the Wonderflux framework.

Currently, I set the homepage as a static page from the WP admin dashboard. Now I am currently editing said page inside wp. wp edit

Is this the correct way to do this? Is there a way to simply redirect to "custom-home.php" on page load? Where that file would load the header, page content and the footer.

I am going to be having multiple pages with each their own looks so I think this should be accomplished using functions.php in my child theme but I'm not sure where to start. I just want WP to mainly handle pages with posts/blog content.

I apologize if I sound a bit scattered, I don't think using a framework for my first WP project was a good idea. I'm use to bootstrap and was looking for a similar environment to build a responsive website. I feel like the only way I can properly learn everything is to build a theme from the ground up using the codex but I don't have that much time unfortunately.

Any guidance would greatly be appreciated.