All of the 2015 year in review posts have started trickling out as this year is coming to an end. I enjoy reading these, so here is my 2015.
Vagrant has been around for a few years. If you develop open source web applications, there is good chance know of it or use it. If you have yet to try it out, I highly recommend it as a great introduction into Linux.
Continue reading How Vagrant Taught Me Linux
Enabling OPcache can improve your site’s performance by decreasing the php execution process when a script is requested. DreamHost permits a user to log into the server through secure shell with user level permissions.
Sometimes you may not want to display the default entry content for a specific post type or a group of post types. This can be easily done if you are using the Genesis Framework. Continue reading Remove Genesis Entry Header for Post Formats
If you are using the Genesis Parallax Pro theme and have ran into a “broken” menu while viewing your site on an iPad, you can adjust the style.css file to correct this issue. Continue reading Fixing a Broken Parallax Pro Menu on iPad
Yesterday on the Genesis Support Forum, a user asked if the navigation menu could remain fixed (sticky) while in viewing the site on smaller screens. Continue reading Sticky Mobile Navgation on Genesis Cafe Pro
By default, a search in WordPress will only search a post’s title and the post content. Using WordPress filters, it can be extended to include taxonomies, such as categories and tags.
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. Continue reading Using genesis_markup() with html5 in Genesis 2.0
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. Continue reading Custom post type archive settings in Genesis 2.0
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. Continue reading Custom microdata with Genesis 2.0