Adding the right Google fonts to your website can be a time consuming exercise if you don’t know what you are looking for, or what particular look you are after For most folk this because they can not say “yes I like that” until they see it in the website itself. Adding a Google Font is […]
The Genesis Framework is a theme framework for WordPress by StudioPress. Originally designed and developer by Brian Gardner, the themes support a parent and child theme model to allow for editing of theme files without destroying your WordPress install.
The framework and themes are very popular amongst some of WordPress more popular characters and shakers.
For more information check out studiopress.com.
Part two of our WooCommerce & Genesis Theme website step by step set up guide, we install and integrate the StudioPress’s Daily Dish Pro theme. In this guide we run through adding pages, navigational menus and populating the sidebar with content.
First up, let’s make a plan! This is where most e-commerce websites go wrong, or costs sky rocket out of control. With a lack of a plan each decision you make as you go along will impact your choices further into the WooCommerce store step up, and you may not like those available choices. From […]
The WooCommerce plugin is a great way to build an e-commerce store on your WordPress blog or website without coding required. Sometimes though the default styling does not always suit your theme, here are two options to override the default WooCommerce styles when using a Genesis child theme. Option 1 – Using the Themed Toolbox plugin If you […]
Two menus by default are built into most WordPress themes built with the Genesis framework, these are the primary and secondary menus. Generally these menus are great to use when building an e-commerce store, but sometimes there can be a little confusion for the website administrator on which menu to use for each store menu item […]
The default author page template within WordPress lists an author’s latest posts in a chronological list. We can use this page to build a awesome about page for your blog/website that displays information about yourself followed by your latest blog posts. Using a child theme on the genesis framework the post will run through adjusting the […]
We are very excited to announce the Minimal Sidebar, the first of a series of free Genesis themes that we will be launching this year. Designed after Nick set himself the task last year of finding a better way to bring responsive behaviour to the individual widget areas in the sidebar. Minimal Sidebar breaks up […]