In last week's post, we added a custom taxonomy named 'brands' to the Genesis Sample Theme of ThemingWP. To display this new taxonomy in the entry footer of posts, we need to update the Genesis Entry Footer. This post starts with an introduction of the WordPress Meta Data, and the Genesis Post Meta, followed by examples how to customize the Genesis Entry Footer. Post … [Read more...] about Customizing the Genesis Entry Footer – putting all taxonomy terms on one line
WordPress theme frameworks
A WordPress theme framework is software that allows you to style WordPress websites by creating a theme or a skin through point-and-click, or drag-and-drop -- without coding.
A theme can be installed independently from the framework used to create it. A skin can be exported and transferred too, but in order to apply it, an active install of the framework is required.
First week of April, Theming WP replaced the WPReviewLab blog. Apart from the name, the biggest change was dropping about half of the theme reviews. All non-responsive themes have been removed. The theme deployed on Theming WP is based on the Genesis Sample theme, the free Genesis child theme that comes with the Genesis Framework. The widgets areas on the front page, as well … [Read more...] about Genesis – Move the menus to the header so that they share the background image
For some time already, I had been thinking about adding a static homepage to this website. In which case, a magazine like front page would be the most obvious choice, since WPfy.me is a blog. The post about the Dynamik Skins was an excellent opportunity to try the BlogPress skin. Generally, all Dynamik skins offer a pre-customized layout and styling. And BlogPress offers a … [Read more...] about Prototyping with Genesis and Dynamik – Redesigning WPfy.me
In the Dynamik Website Builder Review, we walked through the Dynamik Settings and touched some of the Dynamik Design options. At the end of that post, we had a look at the Export tab, where we exported our work as a Dynamik Skin, and as a Genesis child theme. Besides exporting your work as a skin, you can also import skins. In this post we will have a closer look at Dynamik … [Read more...] about Dynamik Skins – Speedup the design of your Genesis website
It is already over two years ago that we had a first look at the Dynamik Website Builder. That was shortly after the initial release. The current version is 1.7.1, so an up-to-date Dynamik Website Builder Review is definitely justified. The Dynamik Website Builder, or Dynamik for short, is a product of Cobalt Apps. Just like the Genesis Extender, which has been reviewed here … [Read more...] about Dynamik Website Builder Review
The Genesis Framework by StudioPress provides the perfect foundation for Genesis child themes - and websites. A Genesis child theme changes the design, and adds features to the foundation offered by the Genesis Framework. Ready-to-run child themes are available from StudioPress, and from Genesis specialized theme shops like Appfinite. Another option is to have a Genesis … [Read more...] about Genesis Framework Review – up-to-date for version 2 with HTML5 markup
In the earlier episodes of this series, we created a layout and added styling to that layout. Together these make the design of a website. When building a website with Headway, you usually start with the blog index. The layout and styling of the blog template offer the foundation for all other page templates; single posts, single pages, homepage, portfolio, 404 page, etc. The … [Read more...] about Headway Themes Project Part 3 – Creating the Homepage for wilwebs.org
Last week, we created the website layout of wilwebs.org with the Layout Editor of Headway. The layout of a website defines the structure of that site. In this post, we are going to add styling to last week's layout. In the image above, you see two designs. The one on top, is the default Headway styling. The second design is the current styling of wilwebs.org. The … [Read more...] about Headway Themes Project Part 2 – Adding Styling to wilwebs.org
It is already two years ago that I wrote a review about Headway Themes. Back then I used version 3.2 of the Headway Theme. Several new version have been released since, and I must say that I like how Headway keeps improving itself with every new release. The current Headway version is 3.7, and the enhancements justify a new review. Following the same procedure like two … [Read more...] about Headway Themes Project Part 1 – Creating the Layout of wilwebs.org
It is almost two years ago that I published Taking Stock on WordPress Theme Frameworks. Time for an update. Especially since "overhaul" might be a better word, than update. The first edition included all WordPress related frameworks that I came across. Whether the product was still actively maintained, or that the development had been already ceased; it was included in the … [Read more...] about Overview of WordPress Theme Frameworks – the 2014 Edition