Today we're going to talk about how to add a custom site title in Genesis, you know the site title that shows up in your site's header when you're not using a logo. Note: Careful where you click. There are more affiliate links in this post than flowers sold on Valentine's day. Before we dive in, I … [Read more...] about Add a Custom Class to the Site Title in Genesis
Part of my glamorous life as a freelancer involves writing proposals. I'm admittedly not great at it. Proposal writing takes time - time that is "wasted" if the proposal isn't accepted - and is frankly one of my least favorite administrative tasks. In a perfect world, I'd do business on a … [Read more...] about To Bidsketch or Not, That Is the Question (a Bidsketch Review)
Ever learn to drive a stick shift? If so, you probably didn't learn just by watching your instructor do it. All the watching in the world can't teach a foot to feel the perfect moment to ease off the clutch and give it a little gas. We learn by doing. How many times did the car lurch, stall, and … [Read more...] about Teach Yourself to Troubleshoot
Last November I ran my first half marathon: 13.1 glorious grueling miles around Dallas' White Rock Lake. My prize for finishing? A shiny, hefty medal commemorating my accomplishment. And, of course, the finisher's t-shirt (thankfully minus the slogan "I ran around the lake and all I got was this … [Read more...] about Aftermarket Add-Ons and the Price You Pay
Ever seen a WordPress theme demo with color options? Of course you have. You may not care about how that's done, in which case don't bother with the rest of this post and go enjoy these pictures instead. Still here? Color options on a theme demo allow a potential user to see how the design will … [Read more...] about Show Off Colors in Your Theme Demo by Using the Body Class and a Querystring
Earlier this week I wrote a post about some Genesis Framework FAQs. The reason? Those were Frequently Asked Questions I received. Instead of answering the same questions over and over via email or social media, it made sense to compile them into a short list of FAQs that I can easily share again and … [Read more...] about Do the Can Canned (Response)!