It all started with a tweet… The other day I tweeted that I’d migrated a site over to Liquid Web. Someone saw the tweet, clicked the link, visited the site and noticed it was using the Genesis Framework by StudioPress.…
If you’ve been paying attention in the last few weeks, I spun up a new site on leadership, and now I’ve started a new site for headphones. Soon I’ll have another one on cigars. Each of these are dedicated sites…
If you're using Genesis and WordPress, this quick tip may help get your titles to look better and have more impact.
Non-technical Genesis website owners no longer need to learn CSS (or any code) to change their look and feel. You're going to love this!
There's a lot of great WordPress themes out there, but one of the debates I hear regularly is the "Canvas vs Genesis" one. Here's how I suggest you decide.
If you want to show the last modified date in Genesis 2.0, especially if you're using Dynamik as a child theme, here's how.
My announcement lines up with a big one from Catalyst - that we're both making the move to Genesis.
I've seen a handful of Genesis and Thesis comparison articles and I'm still scratching my head. There's no comparison.
If you love the Catalyst theme for WordPress but have heard great things about Genesis, from StudioPress, you don't have to choose anymore. Now use both.