This section is Pre-Genesis 2.0, below is the Genesis 2.0 version. This is also one of the most useful code snippets you will ever use with Genesis. If you ever tried to use an if statement because you wanted to remove an action on a specific page, you would have noticed that it doesn’t work! […]
Featured images don’t play nice with wordpress multisite. The problem is when you use standard wordpress/genesis functions, the paths to the images are all wrong!!!! (When using timthumb of course). I was using it for a theme demo of my blog actually and used subdirectories on my multisite. But every time I added a featured […]
Wow, that’s a long title! I had to do it though. I went crazy trying to find out how to do this and typed so many different things into google, only to find scattered information and crazy code everywhere. In actuality the solution is quite simple.
Love wordpress but not sure where to start? Well, if it isn’t obvious I think the best damn framework / themes available are from studiopress. The Genesis Framework is so amazing in it’s simplicity and yet so flexible that you can literally create anything and at the same time have a monster of a machine […]
I’m using a new plugin and need to find the source code of the featured image on the posts. After some research I found this nice little snippet of code and it works GREAT!!! Now I just need to find out how to only get the uri!! Any help would be much appreciated!
So I was working on a project and I added a featured image to the post. There was also an image in the post directly (in the single page view — single.php). So low and behold when I went to the homepage I saw the featured image display perfectly how I wanted and then BAM! […]
So I had to figure this out for one of my clients and what a pain. I found a bunch of code out there that said they edited the length of the excerpts, but they didn’t. Then I did some research on the wordpress codex and found out some interesting things about the excerpt. THEN […]
Great article on the new css trend, responsive design. I hope this starts to catch wind with all web designers! http://www.studiopress.com/design/flexible-grid.htm