There are a couple of ways to add in a Favicon Icon into a Genesis Child Theme, either filed in a folder or declared as a function. You can also set different favicons for certain pages. File in Images Folder You can add it the favicon in your WordPress themes folder inside your child theme images… Read More
I had to create a separate Genesis Header-Right Widget Area for a client that needed to display different elements in the widget for posts in a certain category. This can be achieved with conditional widget logic plugins but can also be done in the code.
Genesis has a great Featured Posts widget with a lot of options to configure including whether or not to include a thumbnail image, the thumbnail will be the Featured Image if set, and if not set is the last image used inside the post. The thumbnail image size will list available sizes that you can… Read More
By default in a Genesis child theme the post-info info on a blog single post contains the article date, authors name and comment link. To change these details such as remove the authors name from the blog post, you can adjust what is output by adding a filter and function to the functions.php file of the child theme…. Read More
Getting full width pages in Genesis – Its colorful and long and goes on and on and on – sales landing pages. To create these types of full width pages in a Genesis child theme you need to edit the CSS for the inner part of the page and then create some new CSS… Read More