When creating Genesis-based sites for clients, a frequent task I need to do is to set their logo instead of the text that is displayed in the header by default in most Genesis child themes.
How do I go about that?
Just came across an interesting talk by Ryan Green, where he discusses the pros and cons of using frameworks built on the child theme concept. Examples of such frameworks are Thesis, Genesis and Thematic.
During the last 2 weeks we’ve given some coverage to the Genesis vs Thesis debate. On my own Genesis vs Thesis review I leaned towards a preference to Genesis, however the comments to that review showed that there are people who love Thesis too.
I would now like to know why people so clearly prefer Genesis in the poll we conducted.
One of the most common questions I get asked from people who are new to WordPress, and others who have already been using it for a while, is the following:
Can you tell me which are the best plugins for WordPress?
Now any best WordPress plugins list will probably differ in that the author will have preferences based on the kind of sites he has. However there are quite a number of plugins that I tend to use on most WordPress sites I build, and those are the ones I will be listing here today.
A few days ago I wrote an article comparing Thesis and Genesis, and there were quite a few interesting comments to that.
This is a quick poll to get an idea how many of our readers prefer Thesis or Genesis. Vote away! And feel free to add comments as to why you voted in that way.