A Genesis responsive menu with support for collapsible sub menus must be some sort of coding unicorn. Why do I say that? Well, because there are tons of tutorials out there that show you ways of adding a responsive menu to your website built with the Genesis Framework and some of them are pretty good…. Read More about Genesis Responsive Menu 2.0
Tutorials written by Ozzy Rodriguez about WordPress, Genesis and other stuff.
One of the coolest new features of WordPress 3.9 is the ability to automatically embed responsive HTML5 video directly into the WordPress editor. It’s really easy to do and it looks amazing. You can even embed a “chromeless” YouTube or Vimeo video that will integrate perfectly with your theme. It’s been pretty easy to embed… Read More about How to Embed Video in WordPress 3.9
You may have noticed that a lot of popular WordPress sites are using what’s known as a fixed header. Adding a fixed header to your WordPress theme can make navigating your site easier and improve user experience, so we decided to hook it up. I’ve been asked a few times how we accomplished this, so… Read More about How to Create a Fixed Header in WordPress
In case you’re not familiar, Font Awesome is a regularly-updated icon font from the people behind Twitter’s Bootstrap. According to their website: Font Awesome gives you scalable vector icons that can instantly be customized — size, color, drop shadow, and anything that can be done with the power of CSS. If you’re going to use… Read More about Add Font Awesome CDN to WordPress Without a Plugin
Editing your style.css used to be a real pain in the behind, but the job has been made much easier with the use of some plugins. One of the better plugins to use is called Jetpack.
The 6th is the final piece to the PSD to WordPress using Dynamik for Genesis puzzle. In the fifth part of the series, we went over changing widths and styling the Dynamik EZ-Static homepage. In this part, we finish our theme by adding the slider and changing some responsive settings inside of Dynamik.