At the Spring Cleaning Meetup, Gregory Pearcey taught us a bit about making site structures and sitemaps to determine what pages we need, as well as investigating the template structure of a theme.
Most of us choose our WordPress themes based on the way it looks and we end up doing zero research on our theme’s template structure. Luckily WordPress allows us to easily modify our theme’s template structure, so that any theme can have a solid foundation. This presentation will review what files your theme should have that help to keep viewers engaged on your site. It will also cover how to alter your theme’s files, so they are optimized for search engines, leaving you with a theme that has a sparkling structure.