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When a WordPress blog page is opened in a browser, a flurry of activity goes on behind the scenes. This activity determines what is to be presented on the browser page that is delivered to the user. The core WordPress files, which thankfully do not require modification, assemble that page based on the options you set in the WordPress administration pages. For example, if your theme is widget-ready and you have widgets activated on your sidebar, then WordPress will take the following steps: Confirm your theme supports widgets Acquire the code for the widgets you have activated Populate the widgets from the database or external source Display the widgets in your sidebar as the page is loaded All this is done between the time you browse to the page and the time the page is displayed in your browser.