WordPress: Customizing Themes with Genesis

WordPress: Customizing Themes with Genesis
WordPress: Customizing Themes with Genesis
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Whether you’re a novice or advanced developer, Genesis provides a foundation that takes WordPress to places you never thought it could go. The Genesis Framework for WordPress is more than a mere WordPress theme; it’s an underlying framework of immaculate code offering three important benefits: SEO optimization, security, and a huge selection of design options. In this course, learn how to work with the framework in order to customize child themes. Carrie Dils discusses key aspects of Genesis—including template files and action hooks and filters—to help familiarize you with the structure and components that make up this framework. With a solid understanding of how Genesis operates, you can modify nearly any child theme.

Table of Contents

1 Customize Genesis child themes
2 What you should know
3 Working with provided code snippets
4 Set up a development environment
5 Select a child theme to customize
6 The core of Genesis Framework
7 Template files in Genesis Framework
8 The child theme template structure
9 The WordPress loop
10 The Genesis loop
11 Action hooks and filters in WordPress
12 Action hooks and filters in Genesis
13 Challenge
14 Solution
15 Tips for customizing themes
16 Editing the style sheet
17 Working with functions.php
18 Conditional statements
19 Modify Comments title
20 Changing Google fonts
21 Challenge
22 Solution
23 Digging deeper into the WordPress loop
24 Using a custom Genesis loop
25 Using query args in a custom field
26 Challenge
27 Solution
28 Next steps