I just started to work with Wordpress (Theme Development) and due to awesome functions like bloginfo('description') and others my static homepage looks a lot like a regular site, but editable with the Wordpress Dashboard.
But now, I want to put more information on my homepage which I can edit through the dashboard. I guess this is really basic Wordpress and that a simple Wordpress function or MySQL-query should be enough, but I can't seem to find it.
This is my code right now:
<div class="fp-container"> <div class="fp-border"> <h1 class="fp-description"><?php bloginfo('description'); ?></h1> </div> <div class="fp-text"> <p><?php bloginfo('description'); ?></p> </div>
As you can see, between the '< p>' and '< /p>' I call the description for the second time, how can I call another string that can be entered through the Dashboard?
I've asked this question on stackoverflow.com, and the only answer I got was that I should use the_content(), but that only works once, and I will need multiple text boxes on my frontpage. How can I do this?