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There are times when you might want to put a non-WordPress Html page on your site that is not part of the standard WordPress system and database. It is easy to create new and interesting pages this way. And it’s easy to do.

To allow your users and search engines access to your HTML pages, link to them from an existing post, page or menu.

The only skill you need is the ability to use FTP to upload files to your site. Here are some various ways you can leverage the power of templates that are available on the Web.

The Steps You’ll Need to Take:

  • Choose the template you want to use. (See examples.)
  • Copy the sample code to your favorite text editor.
  • Make your changes to the files.
  • FTP Upload the modified files to your site.

Bootstrap CDN

Click link above for the latest CDN hosted version of Bootstrap CSS and JavaScript.

More Information:

A Minimal HTML Document (HTML5 Edition) – SitePoint

Example Templates:

Optional Resources and Tools


Normalize.css makes browsers render all elements more consistently and in line with modern standards. It precisely targets only the styles that need normalizing.

(Normalize 3.0.1 minified)

CSS Minifier

Use this online tool to minify any css file.

Online YUI Compressor

Use this online tool to minify any JavaScript or css file.

Latest jQuery version from various CDN hosts

Check here to find the latest CDN hosted version of jQuery.

Masonry – Cascading grid layout library

Masonry is a JavaScript grid layout library. It works by placing elements in optimal position based on available vertical space, sort of like a mason fitting stones in a wall. You’ve probably seen it in use all over the Internet.

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