The Genesis Framework makes theme creation fast, fun and easy. As a result, there are tons of awesome child themes available for Genesis. This list contains my personal favorites from various developers and vendors. Some are free but most are premium (yet well worth the cost). I'll continue to add
Sridhar published a new post on his blog yesterday on how to change the content limit on a post archive page using Genesis. This was a great post and jogged my memory that I needed to do something similar. My situation was that I needed to REMOVE the content from a custom post type's archive. To get
Modern Blog for Genesis I'm excited to release my new child theme, Modern Blog, for the Genesis Framework. It has a modern, clean design ideal for WordPress blogs and it includes responsive video embeds, support for popular WordPress plugins, and more. Download Modern Blog for Free!
The other day I searched for a snippet to remove the post meta from custom post types using Genesis and I found this article from Transmit Studio. The snippet they give works perfectly but it checks only one post type at a time. To use it with multiple post types, you'd need to adjust the code. In
UPDATE: For universal solution (non-Genesis) that also adds the icons to the menu-item's anchor text, see my newer post, How to Add Font Awesome Icons to WordPress Menu Anchor Text. Using Font Awesome Icons in Genesis Navigation In one of his tutorials, Genesis developer Brad Potter shows you
Why I Use Genesis and You Should Too The Genesis Framework is a WordPress theme framework that improves the theme development experience in many ways. Here's a list of reasons why I use Genesis and you should too. Clean, Quality Code Genesis is coded better than any other theme on the
Add a Loading Screen to Genesis You've likely seen them before...when a page is loading, a little icon spins and disappears when the page is done loading. Page loading images can be a nice user experience tool because it lets your viewers know for sure that the page is loading. If you display
UPDATE: As of Genesis 2.2.3, Genesis navigation options are back! UPDATE: As of Genesis 2.1, the option to insert a search bar from the Genesis options page is no longer available. To add a search bar, you will need to insert some code into your functions.php file. Here is the code for adding