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There are two default widget areas in the Rogue Theme:
- The headline area under the header on the blog’s front page.
- The right hand sidebar (automatically filled with some default stuff).
Either one of them can be populated by whatever widget you want to use. This means that you could, for instance, use the Roguelines plugin to fill the headline area on the top of the front page, as well as have it in the sidebar. You could use the built-in widgets that comes with WordPress, or install plugins on your own to create whatever type of setup you like.
There is a Page template for creating archives pages, should you want to do that. It’s really simple, just create a new Page in the WordPress admin area, and then choose the page template Archives on the right hand side. Publish the page, and there you have it!
You don’t need to type anything other than the title for the page, but if you do, the content will end up above all the archives listings. Check it out for yourself!
The Rogue Theme naturally supports all the traditional formatting stuff you can do from within WordPress, just check out our Great Sample Post for a live demo of these things. However, that’s not all you can do when it comes to formatting! In fact, if you’re not averted to resorting to a tiny little bit of HTML code, you can make things pop even more within your blog posts.
And naturally, this post will show off all of these bonus formatting options! More