If you are an active member of the WordPress ecosystem, over time you will naturally acquire some knowledge only other community members can relate to. Like, who is Matt Mullenweg? What is the WordPress Codex? Who or what is this Yoast everyone keeps talking about? It can’t be avoided, things will just come up that way. Therefore, it is only a matter of time before you stumble across a name with biblical connotations—Genesis. Maybe you have already heard about Genesis and think of it as just another theme. However, when you dive deeper, you will quickly notice that it appears […]
Genesis Camp, a community-organized and run event specifically for Genesis WordPress professionals, kicks off this Saturday, July 18. This free, online event is geared towards web developers, designers, project managers, and others that work with and build sites on the Genesis Framework. The event will be streaming online over a 24-hour period. The final session times are being locked in over the next couple of days—you check the schedule here for more information. What You Can Expect There will be lots of WordPress experts there, speaking on a variety of different topics: Chris Lema will be giving some tips for closing deals and Troy Dean will […]
Howdy, I make websites for people using WordPress and the Genesis Framework. When I’m not working, you can find me sniffing books, swimming in the neighbor’s pool, or watching crime dramas. My husband, Dave, and I are parents to two rescue labrador retrievers, one black and one yellow. We embrace diversity. Meet Carrie Dils, one of the top-notch developers coming right out of the Lone Star State. She specializes in Genesis sites, and has been building things with WordPress for several years, and working with computers since as long as she can remember. Her dad was a computer scientist who […]
I hope you are having a very chill and relaxed weekend as we walk into the 4th of July week! Many of you are probably traveling this week and I hope you travel well and safely. Perhaps most importantly is that you can get offline and just enjoy family, life, and other such things that are vastly more important than *gasp* WordPress! Hahaha!
A full first week of June, can you imagine that? We’ll jump right into our weekly weekend roundup but first, make sure you check out our growing Job Board that has already gotten a lot of views and has been able to connect more than a few WordPressers with new gigs! Stoked about that as, well, that’s the point!
The Genesis framework is one of the most popular WordPress frameworks out there being one of the go-to places for great designs, features, and customizations for consultants, contractors, and do-it-yourselfers alike. They just announced that the BETA offering of Genesis 2.0 is now available! For those that have a huge client list on Genesis this is something you’ll definitely want to test out on your local or test environment I’m sure. What can you expect in the pending release of the final release version?
Happy Tuesday! I have quite a few new and updated plugins to share for today’s roundup. I’m a big fan of TED videos so I thought the TED in bed plugin looked pretty interesting to me. Anyone else a TED fan? Here’s the full list of plugins after the jump! New Plugins Enhanced Admin Links in Multisite ‘My Sites’ Drop-Downs – Enhanced Admin Links in Multisite ‘My Sites’ Drop-Downs UpToPromo – Plugin UpToPromo is meant for the sale links in UpToPromo.com Seize the Day – This WordPress Seize the Day Plugin display random quote on every page refresh. Gridster – Use Gridster […]
The Genesis Framework is probably the most designer and developer friendly WordPress theming framework for WordPress. Genesis makes it easy to change the look and feel of your site with little code. Changing layouts and adding sidebars are easy. In this tutorial, I’m going to show you how to register custom sidebars Genesis style.
The genesis framework is a robust and dynamic WordPress theming framework created by Brian Gardner at StudioPress. Some key features that the Genesis Framework offers is lightning speed, excellent security (audited by Mark Jaquith), and durability. Genesis Hooks one of the most useful features of this framework to extend your theme’s functionality. These hooks make development quicker and much more efficient. A hook is a snippet of code that is written into a theme or plugin that allows the insertion of content into the theme. This allows you to extend the functionality of your website by hooking code into your website […]
Hope you guys had a great week! It’s already into March, can you believe it? We’re nearly 25% of the way through 2013. Someone pinch me, seriously, because it’s moving way too fast. Here’s your weekly rundown of what you may have missed that wasn’t explicitly covered here on WP Daily. Let us know if we missed anything or if we need to subscribe to a particular blog and what not! I think you should at least take a look at #3, $22, #24, and #26. Those are must-reads, especially #24 on remote management.