Updated on March 02, 2021 This tutorial covers implementing Split Navigation with menu items on logo’s left and right in Genesis tutorial in Infinity Pro. Screencast: Tested in Genesis 3.3.3 and Infinity Pro 1.3.2. Step 1 Edit Infinity Pro’s config/theme-supports.php. a) Locate ‘custom-header’ => [ ‘width’ => 400, ‘height’ => 130, ‘header-selector’ => ‘.site-title a’,… Continue Reading »
In my tutorial requests Trello board, a user asked: Hello, I’m looking to add to add an opt in form under header using the Infinity Pro theme, and embed a video with image background showing. Does require adding a welcome widget? For example the website that has the look I would like to create is… Continue Reading »
Updated on May 05, 2017 In the comments section of How to replace Front Page 1 background image in Infinity Pro with rotating images using Backstretch and Soliloquy, a user asked: I need to achieve the same (I’m using Infinity Pro) but would like to remove the widget area and keep the ability to add… Continue Reading »
In the comments section of Side by side images with centered widget areas in Altitude Pro’s front page tutorial, a user asked: I would like to know if you can help create a tutorial for creating a side-by-side widget areas for Infinity Pro theme front page 3. I tried recreate for the homepage, but I’m… Continue Reading »
In Twitter a user asked: @srikat Client loves Infinity Pro-is it possible or is there a tutorial to add a video background on the home page? #GENESIS #WordPress — Barbara Tierney (@MahopacGrafics) January 16, 2017 We can easily set up background video for any section in WordPress using the free Video Background plugin. Step 1… Continue Reading »
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July 23, 2017: Here’s an easier method for doing the same by using Featured Galleries plugin instead of Soliloquy. In this tutorial, we shall replace the single background image for Front Page 1 section in Infinity Pro with a set of images uploaded to a Soliloquy slider (free or commercial) and displayed with a fading… Continue Reading »