Changing the WordPress blog theme is a fairly simple process, assuming you know where to look. There are a number of different themes available on the WordPress Theme repository, as well as many other third-party repositories. Before you make any changes to your blog’s theme, you should first make sure that you have installed the correct version of WordPress. To find out which version of WordPress you are using, open your website in a web browser and look for the “WordPress” logo in the address bar.
If you are using a custom domain name or host server, then your domain name should be listed in the address bar as well. If not, then you can use the WordPress Plugin Directory to find and install the correct version of WordPress.
Once you have installed the correct version of WordPress, open up your site in a web browser and click on the “Appearance” option in the toolbar at the top of the screen. From here, you can click on the “Themes” option on the left-hand side of the screen and select your desired theme from the list of themes that appears.
Once you have selected your desired theme, click on the “Activate” button to activate it and begin making your changes.
To change your blog’s theme, first find and select one of the available themes from within Appearance » Themes » Themes list. Once you have selected your desired theme, click on Activate to activate it and begin making your changes. To change specific elements of your blog’s appearance, open up each individual style sheet file (style.css, headings-style.
css etc.) in a text editor (like Notepad) and make your desired changes. Be sure to save each file before you close it out so that your changes will take effect when you reload your blog page.
Finally, be sure to test your changes by reloading your blog page and viewing how each change has affected layout and design across all posts and pages. When you are happy with your new theme, simply click on Update Theme from within Appearance » Themes » Updates to apply these changes to all active sites using that particular theme.