FacetWP is a commercial plugin that lets you easily create filters (checkboxes, radio buttons, dropdowns etc.) for filtering content in WordPress sites.
In this article I explain how FacetWP can be set up in Genesis. Also included is a screencast walkthrough showing an example to filter entries on a CPT archive page by custom taxonomies.
Since version 2.9 of FacetWP "facetwp-template" class is no longer needed for the posts container as FacetWP auto detects blog, shop, archive and search pages.
For a facet to be displayed on a page, that page must contain a list of entries that FacetWP can recognize and the way we do this is by adding facetwp-template class to main element which is typically the parent element for each article in Genesis.
Add this in child theme's functions.php:
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