September 19, 2012

How to Get a Different WordPress Theme on Different Pages or Posts

Have you ever wanted to use more than one WordPress theme on a site at same time? Well, it’s possible. Of course you could create a page template or even a specific post template and then style them as you like. But let’s be honest – most of us don’t have the design skills to code up…

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