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Theme Templates has Styling | Functions | Appearance
A standard WP theme contains the following views
Some of these files are optional -- e.g. If you omit single.php the index.php will render the content.
Index.php: The initial ‘home page’ content. Default loads the most recent posts.
Page.php: Loads content classified as ‘pages’ | ?page_id=2
Archive.php: Loads posts from a specific group/taxonomy. | Categories | Tags | Authors | Dates
Single.php: Loads content from a single ‘post’
Style.css: For Theme name and designe
This is the first file loaded and acts just like a plug-in file.
Anything you can do with a plug-in, you can localize to a theme with functions.php
This file typically defines widget areas, loading of custom JS and CSS, and the creation of custom admin menus and logic for the theme.
If you find yourself writing functions into a template view, STOP! Write the logic in the functions.php file and just call it in the template.
If your functions.php file becomes unmanageably large, don’t be afraid to break apart the logic with includes.
More theme your theme: http://wordpress.org/themes/