This seems to be a new issue affecting only the Chrome browser; when you’re using a Genesis theme with the html tag set to 62.5%, Chrome is not rendering it correctly. Here are some more details: [Read more...]
I hear this a lot on forums, communities, conversations. Many people have issues adding their logo to Genesis Child Themes. I can understand this too. If you’re not familiar with CSS, then adding an image logo is kind of a pain in the ass.
Here’s how it’s done now…
- Genesis Settings => Header => Image Logo
- Then everything is blank and you have to upload you’re logo via media manager.
- Get the link.
- Go to your css.
- Find the right line that says something like
- add a background image tag.
It’s a bit annoying if you’re not used to doing it all the time.
There’s also the “custom header” way to do it, but that’s annoying too, at least to me.
I’ve got a better solution! [Read more...]
I have about 100 posts on my site right now and it keeps growing. Sometimes older posts get out of date because they’re tutorials and software gets updated.
It’s a huge time consumer for me to go back to all my tutorials, read every single one, and update them. So, instead I came up with a way to just target all my posts that are older than three months, and let the user (you) know that if you see something that’s out of date, shoot me an email!
A few days ago, myself and a few others in the Genesis community had a great discussion on multisite. We discussed how to install it, how it works, some do’s and don’ts. It was the first discussion that we ever had and I think it came out great! You can check out the full post by Alan Smith and watch the discussion as well on his site: WordPress Multisite Hangout.
We’re going to have another hangout next week live on youtube discussing security on WordPress. If you have any questions or any ideas for discussions, make sure you check out the Genesis Community on Google + and let us know. Here’s the direct link: Genesis Community Events. Enjoy!