If you’re not a designer, or don’t generally have an eye for design, it can be difficult to make the right choices when it comes to the look and feel of your blog. Here are a few steps you can take, to ensure your blog design is cohesive and looks professional.
This guide will show you how easy it is to implement and use the Genesis content boxes and colored buttons.
A few weeks ago I wrote an article about the Dynamik Theme for Genesis. It’s aptly described as a website builder because it’s basically a do-it-yourself Genesis child theme for non-developers. Cobalt Apps, the company behind this product, have just let us know that they will be dropping their own framework and focusing on Dynamik for Genesis solely from now on. Great move in my opinion.
Today though I want to talk about the Genesis Extender, which in my opinion is even more useful than the Dynamik Theme.
First of all, what’s the difference between these two products (both from the same company)?
My favourite WordPress theme framework Genesis has just been updated to version 2.0 Beta. Since it’s a beta version, you would do well to test it out and get used to it, however it’s not recommended that you use it on a live site yet.