Someone asked how to add animated counters to their home page. These can be useful if you have statistical information to display. So I created this blueprint. Adding counter animation is easy to do and can provide some color and a bit of bling. Bear in mind though, that if the stats change you have […]
Genesis Code Snippets
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I help people with Genesis questions from my Facebook page of Genesis Club Members. When someone comes up with a question I used to keep the answers private to my group. I'm now putting them out in public for anyone to use. If you like my way of doing things - which is to keep things simple and to use as few plugins as possible - then you'll love these blueprints.
To this end we developed a plugin to help us get the most out of Genesis; it's called Genesis Club Pro.
We also developed Genesis Dambuster to help build landing pages.
Using these plugins together with Genesis Extender we can build quality sites just with the fantastic child themes that StudioPress provides.
We think this is the simplest way to use Genesis and get sites done beautifully and quickly.
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Learn how to use Genesis Extender to add extra widget areas to your Genesis home page. In this blueprint we use the child theme Cafe Pro.
At the time of writing, I’m using the Genesis child theme Aspire Pro for the Genesis Clubbers website. I’ve made a few changes to the styling of the theme, including some minor changes to the menu. This code snippet will enable you to make the same menu changes on Aspire Pro. Menu Restyling Genesis Aspire […]
Genesis child themes like Centric Pro come with a built-in arrow in the first section that users can click to move down the page. Visual clues like this work well for homepage designs where there is a large, or full page background/image/video at the top. This is because some visitors won’t realise that there is […]