A Guide to Advanced Genesis Framework Settings

Earlier I discussed how you can configure the Genesis framework with basic settings. However, in this article, I will walk you through how to configure each part of your Genesis Framework in detail. Welcome to the depths! Let me walk you through how to configure Genesis Framework with advanced settings options. How-Genesis-Framework–Powerful-Part-3-Banner Setting Up Your Genesis Site Home Page Each child theme has a few options for displaying content on the homepage. You can also set a static page as your homepage while a few child themes have custom widget areas to add widgets to your homepage. Let’s take a look at these page styles: Personalized homepage 00 Most StudioPress Genesis child themes have custom homepages that contain widgets for adding content to them. Go to Settings > Reading and check Your latest messages to set this type of homepage. 01 You can select which widgets to display on the home page by visiting them in Dashboard > Appearance > Widgets.

Setting Up Your Genesis Site Home Page

You can access the member area here anytime to guide you on how to set the homepage as shown in the theme demo. Blog Style Home Page This style of the home page displays the latest articles on the home page. Don’t add any widgets in the home page-specific widget area so that the home page shows the latest posts. Helpful Hint: Static Home Page 02 This displays a single static page that you choose as your homepage. In the dashboard, go to Appearance > Reading and select the A static page option. Now select a static page for the homepage Benin WhatsApp Number List and a page for the articles page. Introduction to configuring a navigation menu Genesis uses the default WordPress menu functionality. You can create and manage menus in WordPress Dashboard or Customizer.

Introduction to Configuring a Navigation Menu

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Create a Menu in the WordPress Dashboard 03 To add a menu through the dashboard, navigate to Appearance > Menus and click Create New Menu. 04 Give the menu a name (a name is for your reference only) and click Create Menu. 05 You can see all available pages, posts, custom links, and categories here. Select the items from each section that you want to display in the menu, then press Add to menu. 06 Click the Screen Options tab in the upper right corner to see the full list of options you can choose from. Enable the options you need and click the tab again to hide the screen options. 07 When you’re done, click Save Menu to save the settings. Child theme options will appear in menu settings where you can assign your menu to a specific location. 08 Also, you can click on the Manage Locations tab and manage each menu position. Click Save Changes to save your settings.

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