Template partials are small files that hold reusable sections of code in a theme. You can build one “post summary” partial and use it everywhere – archive pages, related posts, and landing page templates.
What is Genesis? Genesis is a theme framework, a base upon which you build your own custom WordPress theme. Genesis helps you can build higher quality themes faster, and is built with a focus on SEO and performance. In the same way that WordPress can be extended using hooks and filters inside plugins, Genesis can…
Genesis has always allowed you to display the relative post date like “6 weeks and 1 day ago”. Now you can control the length.
Facebook Comments can be a great tool to increase the social sharing of posts. When people leave a comment, it will be shared on Facebook. Since most people are already logged into their Facebook accounts, you’re also simplify their commenting experience. Anything that integrates with Facebook is called a “Facebook App”. First you’ll need to…
If you’re using a Genesis theme, make sure your homepage has an h1 on it. This article outlines how to find it, and how to add it if you don’t already have one.
Make sure your Genesis theme doesn’t conflict with this great new WordPress feature.
How to use Advanced Custom Fields for your metaboxes in the backend, but standard WordPress functions to access those fields on the frontend.
A lot of sites I’ve developed recently use a full width approach for their homepages and landing pages. Examples: OutboundEngine, Bloomfire, Informal Cowboy, and WebAssign. On pages like this, Genesis outputs a lot of markup you don’t need, like divs for .site-inner .wrap, .content-sidebar-wrap, .content, .entry …. We could remove the styling from those elements…
This theme uses ‘header-right’ for the left sidebar and ‘primary sidebar’ for the right. Rename them to ‘left sidebar’ and ‘right sidebar’
Add this code automatically add your category or tag’s name to the top of category/tag archives.