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    How to convert Html file to wordpress theme...?

    is there any tool to convert HTML files to WordPress thems

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    IF you have a html based website the easiest way to do this would be to get a generic empty theme like twentyseveteen. Then install a page builder and start copying your html based website.
    The proper way would be the re write the template files of the website theme in php to call your html. There is no tool that will directly convert it for you. You can as suggested above use the wodpress codex to start from scratch but thats going to be a ling process

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    You should try to use these Top 3 Tools For HTML to WordPress Theme Conversion. By using these tools, you will be able to create error-free WordPress sites one after another.

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    which 3 tools can you please elaborate because I am looking for them? Thanks

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    @Sarahalfred
    Usually the most preferred way of converting HTML to Word Press is manually. However, if you’re pressed for time or are not comfortable in the manual way there are certain plug-in that can help ease this for you.
    1. CMS2CMS:
    This plug-in converts automated HTML To Word Press Content Migration. It is an open source plugin has easily migrates your HTML content to Word Press.
    2. HTML Import 2:
    This is another plug-in that helps convert your HTML site to Word Press
    3. HTML to Word Press:
    This website converts your HTML website to a Word Press theme. All you need to do is upload the .zip content of your static website and you’ll get Word Press as your output.
    Hope this helps!

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    No way to convert the code. WP uses PHP and is different from HTML. Best to hire a freelancer to do that or tweak themes from existing inventory on theme website

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    1.Create a Theme Folder and Basic Files. The first thing you need to do is create a new theme folder. ...
    2.Copy Existing CSS to the WordPress Style Sheet. ...
    3.Separate Your Existing HTML. ...
    4.“WordPressify” Header.php and Index.php. ...
    5.Create a Screenshot and Upload Theme.

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