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).