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The good, and the bad, of writing tutorials, and some tips.

I write tutorials on occasion. I visit a lot of blogs, simply because of the tutorials they have and they really do seem like a good source of traffic. Everyone loves viewing tutorial posts! There are definitely good things about them, and there most certainly are bad things. Here is the good and bad of writing tutorial posts. Read More

Using a checkbox to show/hide content – WP Types and Views

This tutorial uses Genesis Framework, Types, and mention of Views.

In this tutorial I’m going to show you how to create a check box that will show/hide content when checked. There will actually be 2 different ways to do it: ¬†one through PHP, and the other directly through Views. Read More

Do You Suffer from WordPress Bloat?

WordPress bloat is an issue that’s been hounding the WordPress community for quite some time now! Not many people talk about it, but the truth is, 1 in 3 WordPress sites suffer from WordPress Bloat. Well I’m here to tell you…it’s not your fault. Read More

Things I Use, Like, and would Recommend

To run a side business creating websites, there are certain things that need to be used. All of these things make creating websites and running a business exceptionally easy. So here’s a list of things that I use, like, and would definitely recommend to other web creators. Read More

When To Say No! – SureFire Podcast #3

Episode 3 of my PodCast!! WooHoo!!!

This is related to Pippins posts Get Better at Saying No and a Google Plus conversation with Matt and Curtis.


Easily Add Your Logo to Any Genesis Child Theme

I hear this a lot on forums, communities, conversations. Many people have issues adding their logo to Genesis Child Themes. I can understand this too. If you’re not familiar with CSS, then adding an image logo is kind of a pain in the ass.

Here’s how it’s done now…

  • Genesis Settings => Header => Image Logo
  • Then everything is blank and you have to upload you’re logo via media manager.
  • Get the link.
  • Go to your css.
  • Find the right line that says something like header image then…
  • add a background image tag.

It’s a bit annoying if you’re not used to doing it all the time.

There’s also the “custom header” way to do it, but that’s annoying too, at least to me.

I’ve got a better solution! Read More

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