The following page describes the remaining php files contained in the Starkers theme, archive.php, attachment.php, author.php, category.php, comments.php, onecolumn-page.php, search.php, sidebar-footer.php, and tag.php.
The archive.php file displays Archive pages. The archive php file calls the header php file to display the page header. It then displays an appropriate header (daily, monthly, yearly or blog) for the archives listed. After displaying the archive entries, the sidebar and footer are displayed.
The attachment.php file displays attachments.
The header is displayed, foolowed by the attachment information and a call to the comments template, then the footer is displayed.
The author.php file is is used to display Author Archive pages.
First the header is displayed, followed by a title for the page, then the details about the author, and then the sidebar and footer.
The category php file displays the Category Archive pages. The category.php file displays the header, followed by category descriptions, and then the sidebar and footer.
The comments.php file is used to display comments.
First, a title with the number of comments to be displayed is shown. The comments are then shown followed by a comment reply form.
The onecolumn-page php file displays a page without any sidebar. The header is displayed, followed by the page title, the page contents and the footer.
The search.php file is the template for displaying Search Results pages. The header is displayed, followed by the search results, then the sidebar and footer.
The sidebar-footer php file is used to display up to 4 footer widgets. The sidebar-footer.php file checks for the existence of footer widgets. If there are none, then nothing happens. If there are footer widgets, then each footer widget is checked for and displayed if available.
The tag.php displays the Tag Archive pages. The tag php file calls the header php file to display the page header. It then displays a page header for the tag archives listed. After displaying the tag archive entries, the sidebar and footer are displayed.