This tutorial provides the steps to implement Bill Erickson’s Infinite Scroll in WordPress on the Posts page and archive pages in Genesis with minor improvements. We are going to cover the case where user scrolling acts as the trigger to fade in the subsequent set of posts. If you are looking for a button click… Continue Reading »
A user in the members-only forum asked, I would REALLY love to know how to add an “older posts” option at the bottom of the Foodie Pro theme. The theme uses a featured posts widget, so most commonly I will do a grid of 4-6 posts on the homepage but then there is no option… Continue Reading »
On a site that I have recently taken over, the client tried using Essential Grid for displaying groups of Posts (each tagged with a specific term) in Masonry style. But due to some conflict with Optin Monster, only the loader was appearing for non-logged in visitors – not the Posts themselves. In this article I… Continue Reading »
Amanda asks, I’m wanting to use the Genesis Grid Loop plugin only for specific category pages. Also, I need those pages to be in excerpt style, showing only about 250 words before a ‘read more’ button. How would I go about doing this? Are there any tutorials floating around somewhere? I’m comfortable with php if… Continue Reading »
In this article I show Bill Erickson’s code can be used to display select menu from a WordPress custom menu. Also included is a custom shortcode using which you can display select menu in widgets and Page/Post editor in this format: [menudropdown menu=”Header Menu”] In your child theme directory, create lib/classes directory and upload a… Continue Reading »
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Genesis comes built-in with a Page template called Archive. When this template is applied to a static Page, site content i.e., list of Pages, Categories, Authors, Monthly archives, Recent Posts will automatically appear on that Page. This is great for having a Sitemap for your human visitors. What if you wanted to add entries of… Continue Reading »