Every now and then I come across a plugin that's a little too big for its britches in the CSS department. What do I mean? The default plugin styles are written in a way that make for an ugly integration with a site. The worst offenders even go so … [Read more...] about Genesis Style Trump
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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.
Update: This solution is now a plugin! You can download Genesis Style Trump from the WordPress repository. Here's the deal: You make a beautiful, beautiful website. You style your theme *just so* and take care to make every button, form field, and … [Read more...] about WooCommerce & Genesis: An !Important Style Tip For You
Update: Genesis 2.1 added theme support for genesis-after-entry-widget-area. That means you can create the After Entry widget area more simply than I've shown in this tutorial. I'm leaving this tutorial intact as everything still works and this … [Read more...] about The Coveted After Entry Widget
We came, we saw, we ooohed and ahhhed! Brian Gardner is notorious (in a good way) for using his personal site as a playground for new Genesis theme designs. If we're lucky, he'll eventually release them into the wild for us to gobble up and use on … [Read more...] about Quick Tip: Remove “Powered by Genesis” on Sixteen Nine Pro
Want to hear something really cool? As of November 9, 2015 the StudioPress Pro Plus Pack now includes 3rd Party themes! This is fantastic news for designers or developers creating a lot of client sites. Better yet? It's on sale through November … [Read more...] about StudioPress Pro Plus All-Theme Package
Today we're talking about logos, specifically how to add your logo to a Genesis child theme. Before we get started, I'm going to make you do a quick test. Don't worry - it's easy. Does Your Theme Support a Custom Header? This is the question you … [Read more...] about How To: Add a Logo to a Genesis Theme