Learn how you can easily customize what shows in the entry meta before and after your content of a post on your Genesis child theme and as well as the text that appears in the footer.
Do you find your Genesis child theme homepage sections repeating the same posts? It’s a setting in the Featured Post widget that you’re missing.
Have you ever wanted to hide the header, menu or footer on a specific page using Genesis? Or perhaps the page title and some of the meta. With this plugin you can easily do that.
Now this isn’t some earth-shattering discovery for many people, but if you are using a Genesis child theme, consider what you can do to up the game with your category archive pages. The Standard Category Archive Page Your blog. Yes, that is one of them in a sense. Your blog archive page is that blog […]
Since 2012 I have used seven Genesis child themes here on BobWP and dozens with past clients. Recently we changed Judy’s site to another child theme. Here are the five reasons why.
Learn how to easily edits the text that shows up before and after each post with author name, date, etc and also the copyright text on the footer or at the bottom of every page on your WordPress site with a Genesis child theme.
It might benefit your readers to know the date of a post that you have updated. But before you do this, understand how it affects all of your posts.
If you have been thinking about starting that new website, blog or even online store using a StudioPress Genesis child theme, now may be the perfect time.