Curious as to what Genesis can actually support? Well here’s a list =) Enjoy!
If I’m missing anything, let me know in the comments and I’ll add it.
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Before I start this post, let me just make it clear that this is not a cheap attempt to get affiliate sales (though I will be putting my aff link in, cause if I don’t, that would be stupid.), nor is it a ploy to encourage you to use something just because I use it. There, in fact, is legitimate reason why you should be using the Genesis Framework when you develop a website.
I came up with these reasons after working with multiple clients, who seem to constantly have issues using other platforms. It seems to me that what other frameworks, themes, etc., lack is what make the Genesis Framework the go to for web development.
The answer is very simple –
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By Jonathan Perez — 5 years agoThis section is Pre-Genesis 2.0, below is the Genesis 2.0 version. This is also one of the most useful code snippets you will ever use with Genesis.
If you ever tried to use an if statement because you wanted to remove an action on a specific page, you would have noticed that it doesn’t work! Why? Because you can’t just start writing if statements in your functions.php file. It has to be tied to an action.
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