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Custom Post Type Archive Template Page

How to Create an Archive Template for a Custom Post Type


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Update! Since this post was originally written, Genesis 2.0 was released and now includes built-in support for custom post type archives without the use of a template. Check out this tutorial for more detail on setting up those archive pages. Ok, readers. Grab your goggles and your oxygen mask because we’re going deep into some …

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MacGyver's Tips for Genesis Extender

MacGyver’s Top 10 Tips for Genesis Extender

I was a child of the 80’s and grew up on high-action American television shows, like the A-Team, Magnum PI, and Knight Rider. And let’s not forget MacGyver. The studly MacGyver made fame with his quick-witted resourcefulness and ability to wiggle out of tough situations with little more than a paper clip and some scotch …

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Widgets Gone Wild

Widgets Gone Wild

Today’s tip is quick (and easy!). We’re going to learn how to extend your WordPress widgets without plugins. In 5 minutes or less you’ll know how to: Use shortcodes in widgets without a plugin Execute PHP code in widgets without a plugin. Don’t believe me? Just try it! All you’ll need is your theme’s functions.php …

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