(WARNING method is valid only for private users or host server (eg Altervista.org and the like) using WordPress.org, in fact users that have a free blog at WordPress.com registered are not allowed to add themes, I do ftp as reported in the Support section of WordPress.com)
Even if it is simple to install a theme, many do not know it. In this article we will see what steps have to be followed to install a WordPress theme in our blog.
First we need to choose the theme in gallery of free themes offered by WordPress. The following 200 pages available to view and each page contains up to 15 subjects. The gallery displays thumbnail icon, clicking that will open the page dedicated to the theme itself, with the largest Click an icon to view full screen image of a larger theme. Also in the gallery, under the icon, there is the download link, to download the theme. Below is the link View, which lets you see the subject line to test the link, open the post, etc..
Once you have chosen the theme to your liking, click on download and download it to your computer. So dezippate the file. Now, with your FTP program, login to your server and open the folder wp-content folder and then the themes. In this folder, load the theme folder that you downloaded. E ‘should be noted that we need a FTP program like Filezilla, which allows you to transfer the entire folder on the server with all files it contains.
Once loaded the theme folder entries in the control panel of your blog and click on Appearance. Will receive the current theme, by default, and themes available, including one already exists with the installation of WordPress and what you have just uploaded. Clicking on the icon on the name of the theme or install the theme chosen. To change the theme you have to click on Editor Themes and act on various files that make up the theme itself.