Website Tip: Using Offsets to create Random Posts in StudioPress


In today's website tip I'm going to show you how you can create a more randomized look to areas featuring your posts.  In this tip I'm going to show you how you can take a StudioPress theme and customize it. To start with you are going to need to buy a StudioPress theme or the Genesis framework as this tip focuses on working with those web technologies.  Once you've got this … [Read more...]

Website Tip: Adding Style with Dashicons on your WordPress Site


Recently I was redesigning a site, using some Dashicons and I wanted to show you how easy it is to add Dashicons to your WordPress site.  Dashicons in case you've never heard of them are are the official icon font of WordPress but sadly most folks don't know about them or use them in their design but they are rather slick looking regardless.  Here is a link that you can use to … [Read more...]

Product Review: Atmosphere Theme from StudioPress

Atmosphere Product Review

I've long been a consumer of StudioPress Themes.  Recently, they released a WordPress theme called Atmosphere built to run on StudioPress' Genesis Framework that I noticed was developed by the original founder of StudioPress, Brian Gardner.  Its a very elegant theme and has a highly professional and stylized look to it.  The theme itself is relatively easy to setup and the … [Read more...]

How to Add a 3 Column Price Section in WordPress

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Perhaps you run a business and have a website up and running but showcasing your pricing isn't always the easiest thing to do.  I wanted to show you an example of just how you can add a slick looking, multiple column price section to your website using WordPress, a StudioPress theme called "Altitude Pro" and some basic coding to get the job done. Once you've downloaded … [Read more...]

Product Review: Design Palette Pro Plugin

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Design Palette Pro for Genesis is a Premium WordPress Plugin that you can buy for use with StudioPress' Genesis framework and some StudioPress Child themes.  This plugin really allows you a point and click interface to customize your own CSS without ever having to learn an once of code.  You can even do some advanced level modification of alignment, sizes, weights, colors, … [Read more...]