It’s been roughly one year since WP Engine acquired StudioPress, the makers of the Genesis Framework. There’s been a lot of forward progress, but it may have left some people feeling unsure about how to work with Genesis or best take advantage of new features In this post, I’d like to talk about some of […]
Genesis Framework from StudioPress
I use the Genesis Framework almost exclusively. Below is an archive of tips and tutorials on how you can use Genesis more effectively for your projects. If you prefer, you can browse Genesis Framework articles organized by topic.
StudioPress recently released Revolution Pro, the first Genesis child theme to sport a block-based homepage. If you’ve been around StudioPress and Genesis (or heck, just WordPress) for awhile, you’re familiar with the concept of a widgetized front page. Widgets weren’t really ideal as a layout tool, but they made it possible for theme developers to […]
I’ll dive right into the news and then give you a little more of the backstory: The Utility Pro Theme is no longer available for sale. If you currently have an active license, don’t worry. You still have access to our same great support team (thank you, Ginger Coolidge!). After five years of creating, maintaining, […]
Have you ever wanted to create a page on your WordPress site that displayed all the categories on your site and list their corresponding posts underneath? If so, today’s your lucky day. When I first started working with WordPress, I was frustrated to find that there are no native templates that list all categories on […]
Need a complete reference of action hooks and filters found in the Genesis Framework? Here ya go. I’m not going to add a lot of commentary to this post as it’s truly meant as a reference guide, not a tutorial. My intent is to let you know all of the locations where you can hook […]
Interested in Genesis child theme development – either creating a theme from scratch or modifying an existing Genesis theme? This post is for you. Note there are affiliate links in this post. Here’s my full disclosure. An Overview of Frameworks, Parent Themes, and Child Themes Let’s start by taking a moment to get on the same […]