Genesis Framework

The Genesis Framework, HTML5, And Dynamik Website Builder – WordPress Website Design Article

This post won’t apply to many since the majority of Dynamik users are running Dynamik in HTML5 mode since that has been the default setting for many years now. But for those who do in fact have Dynamik set to XHTML instead, here’s what you need to know. How Do I Know If Dynamik Is Set To XHMTL Mode? There are several ways to know this. If you go to your Dynamik Settings > General Settings and look under the…

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How To Make Your WordPress Page Builder Pages Full Width When Using The Genesis Framework – WordPress Website Design Article

Over the years there have been many ways to tackle this particular need, but with the recent addition of the Gutenberg Editor to the WordPress platform and the unique way that the Genesis Framework handles things like hiding unwanted elements and tweaking styles to expand certain pages to full width, I thought it would be nice to provide an updated solution. In the past we would likely see a custom template solution that uses some remove_action PHP code to hide…

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