This code removes the published date and displays the last time you clicked update for the post. Add the PHP code to the end of your
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In this tutorial we'll take a look at the built in Genesis settings you can use to control the content limits in your archives and blog page
This is a beginners guide to setting up what posts display on the front page of your site. If you only want to display posts from one
You can easily enable or disable breadcrumbs from displaying on posts, pages, archives and your home page using the Genesis > Theme
You can easily change the layout settings on any page or post in Genesis. But what if you want to change the layout automatically on
Single post navigation links are valuable because they link all your posts together. This increases page views and acts a bit like a sitemap
Need to quickly add content to a specific area of your post or page? You could add your content using the WordPress editor but what if you
There's many ways to change the layout options on posts, pages and archives. The only problem is, you either have to change them manually,
Once you've got your head around basic custom functions, you'll probably run into code that uses the same hook and need to add a third
Use these code snippets to add custom functions and modify existing functions in your theme. You can replace the genesis hooks in this
If you're looking for a solution to remove post and pages titles, this tutorial is for you. You can hide titles using CSS code on a per
Update: Once you add support for a custom header, you won't see a new Header page added because WordPress adds this functionality to the
I've already written about how to display an image or HTML on all category archive pages using conditional tags and the Genesis Simple Hooks
One of the greatest things about WordPress are the widgets. The only problem is, many people want a widget area which isn't already
Here's a simple solution if you want to display an image or any other HTML below your header on all category page archives for Genesis theme
You don't need to be a coder to edit and use CSS. You can style different elements of your site simply by using existing code. If
I've already shown you how to add next and previous post links in themes which include a single.php file. Update: You'll find more