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?
Tomorrow is Mother’s Day which means that every married man with kids (well, not all of them…) is fretting about doing something legit tomorrow. I’ll probably be at my local Target early tomorrow trying to find some crappy Mother’s Day card that means little more than the ridiculous $4.99 that I will pay for it. Hm… I can do better (and so can you)! Ok, but before that, enjoy our weekly roundup. 🙂
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.
It was not until I became more familiar with WordPress and its flexibility did I realize how much dimensions matter. There are thousands, if not millions, of WordPress users that have the most popular WordPress gallery plugin installed. Countless users have posted in the forum that they are not happy with the look of their thumbnail galleries. In the end, though, it comes down to styling. By default, NextGEN Gallery creates 100×75 pixel thumbnails. While that is good for some, it’s boring to others. More specifically, creatives like photographers and graphic designers.
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 […]
Of course there’s a lot of pressure right now on making sure that the GPL issues around Envato and WordPress are enforced, or at least that the things being said are aligned with actual action and one such confusing example is Obox and their apparent distribution of their Gigawatt Theme. As mentioned by @ChrisWallace, what exactly is the ruling here? Yo @wordpressdotcom you got some GPL problems!WordPress.com: theme.wordpress.com/themes/gigawat… ThemeForest: themeforest.net/item/gigawatt-… — Chris Wallace (@chriswallace) January 24, 2013 The proof of the issue, as they say, is in the pudding: