If you're not using the Genesis framework, there is another way to control which pages/posts different widgets show on. The widget logic plugin uses the same default sidebar but adds an extra section to each widget so you can add conditional tags to … [Read more...]
Design & Theme Customization Tutorials
Learn how to customize your theme to create an attractive, user-friendly layout.
Includes tutorials on homepage design, sidebar widgets, fonts, landing pages, header design, navigation menus, footer design and much more...
Your website should look fresh and up to date every time a potential or existing customer visits. Make this task a lot easier by adding widgets to your homepage which automatically display recently added content, images and social media. Here are a … [Read more...]
Learn how to use basic html code to enhance your WordPress menu creating drop down menu buttons with images and descriptions. This is a great way to tell visitors more about your products and services at a glance before they even have to click … [Read more...]
Many Genesis themes include widget sections on the homepage which stretch across the entire width of the page making a perfect place for a horizontal email newsletter signup form. Even if you don't have a full width section available, you can … [Read more...]
The homepage layout on all Genesis child themes is made up of widget areas, making it easy to add different types of content. Depending on the type of widget you add to each area, your homepage can display static content such as an introduction to … [Read more...]
You can format different heading styles for WordPress to make it easy to keep your content layouts consistent and make important information stand out. Customize up to 6 different headings in your theme's style sheet with different sized text, … [Read more...]
The Views plugin gives you lots of options for displaying custom post types you created using the Types plugin. You can easily create grid style category pages to show summaries of your posts and create templates to layout your information just how … [Read more...]
In WordPress, you can easily format individual menu buttons to look different from the rest. You can use a graphic to save space (see the little house picture in the menu above), change the size, color, font and background of just one menu button to … [Read more...]
Create custom layout templates to display specific types of content. Use for category page layouts as well as single post type layouts. Click on the image below to download as an Acrobat file. Custom Post Types are typically used on website … [Read more...]