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Adding a Portfolio Custom Post Type

A while back I covered Adding the Minimum 2.0 Portfolio to a Different Genesis Theme. However, if you’re like me – you change theme’s a LOT. With the method I presented, you would have to duplicate the process every time you made the switch and as soon as you did – your “Portfolio” section will […]

Caffeinated – Genesis Child Theme

I’m very excited to announce my first Genesis Child Theme, aptly named “Caffeinated” for its coffee shop blogger appeal – not to mention the late nights, endless coffee and tea that was consumed during development. I’ve been working on this theme for the past month – spending a lot of time on typography, subtle patterns […]

Genesis Style Shortcodes

I had planned to release a CSS oriented tutorial (still plan to) centered around adding some basic elements like buttons and content boxes (or alerts). As many people I talk to are not comfortable messing with their theme’s CSS, I decided to look into shortcodes which many people have gotten used to thanks to the […]

Adding The Minimum 2.0 Portfolio to a Different Genesis Theme

The Minimum 2.0 child theme uses a custom post type for the Portfolio, which I personally love. This tutorial will show you how to add this portfolio to any theme that is currently not using a portfolio page template or widget area (such as the Balance child theme). Before we begin make sure you are […]

CSS3 Social Buttons With Imageless Icons

We all love awesome CSS3 buttons, right? Well I see a lot of people wanting to put awesome icons in their awesome buttons – making them even more awesome. Well let’s take it up another level of awesomeness and add icons that are infinitely scalable and don’t use images. How awesome is that? Excited yet? […]

Post Title Only Category Pages

How to set your Genesis category pages to display just the post titles. Place the following code snippet into your functions.php file. Located: Dashboard > Appearance > Editor > functions.php Looking at the code you can see that it is specifically calling your category page and then removing the post info, post meta, and the […]