Using WordPress filters within WP_Query to include category and post tag to create a wild card search.
Last week, I wrote an article on Custom Microdata with Genesis 2.0. Since the micro data is generated with the genesis_markup() function, I decided to create a follow up post on how genesis_markup() works and how it can be used to define element attributes.
Ever since I started using Genesis, I have spent a lot of time studying the source code. The other day I noticed a new class that was included in 2.0 beta; Custom Post Type Archive Settings.
If you attended the recent Genesis Round Table – Genesis 2.0: A Conversation, you may have discovered how microdata may help search engines better categorize your content.
After the discussion was over, I decided to check out the microdata documentation at schema.org. This lead me to investigate how the Genesis 2.0 framework implements microdata and how can I set my own schema.
Over the past week I have been helping others with WordPress. To be more specific, I have been helping others with their Genesis website. Since my switch to Genesis, I have become fond of the Genesis framework and the community surrounding it. The StudioPress community forums have provided me with a way to give back.
This morning while browsing the Genesis support forums, I came across a question on how to “Aligning last menu item to the right”. I knew Genesis had the Primary Navigation Extra option to add an additional item to your primary menu through the Genesis options menu.