While working on another post, I had some very large tables and I wanted to use Bootstrap Responsive Tables by adding the .table-responsive class but only in the situation where the table is too wide. This is the code I used.
How to get your Genesis Child Theme to load style.css with a cache busting ver URL parameter based on the version defined in the header of style.css.
By default the Wordpress Genesis theme framework loads the jQuery Superfish Menu Plugin to help the menu display properly. If you’re displaying your menu in a way that doesn’t need Superfish, you can remove it with the following code.
Over on the Yoast SEO Blog there is a great post on How to Improve WordPress Search. It is definitely worth a read (I can wait if you want to read it right now). I’m a big fan of the Genesis framework (see Why I Use the Genesis Framework) and implementing some of these changes […]
As a WordPress developer, when I’m building a WordPress theme my strong preference is to build on the Genesis Framework. I’ve written about Why the Genesis Framework is Great. Pre-Made Genesis Child Themes The Genesis Framework is a parent theme that needs a child theme to go with it (Genesis does the heavy lifting and […]
You’ve probably arrived on this page because you updated to WordPress 4.6 and now all of the backend pages (those in /wp-admin) are showing an error similar to the following. Catchable fatal error: Argument 1 passed to Genesis_Admin_CPT_Archive_Settings::__construct() must be an instance of stdClass, instance of WP_Post_Type given, called in /srv/www/genesis/htdocs/wp-content/themes/genesis/lib/admin/menu.php on line 122 and […]
The Genesis Framework from StudioPress is a WordPress parent theme created for the purpose of being extended via child themes. Genesis Framework for Developers As a developer, I love working with the Genesis framework and I use it exclusively when building custom themes. The killer feature of Genesis is the hooks and filters that appear […]
This week version 2.1 of StudioPress’s Genesis Framework was released. I’m very excited to have been a contributor on this release. In addition to being able to contribute to a framework that I use everyday in my WordPress development which also helps power both this site and my business website, Iron Code Studio; the opportunity […]
Update 2015-09-28 Thanks to Joan in the comments for pointing out the original code posted here was only relevant when using a Genesis Custom Loop. This updated solution applies to the default loop (and is not Genesis specific).