Let’s remove the default Genesis site footer on the posts’ page, i.e. the home page. In this hands-on lab, you will walk through four (4) different implementations, each of which removes the site footer. You’ll discover the pros and cons of each of these approaches. From this exercise, you’ll be able to select the best approach for your specific needs.
What Will I Learn?
In this hands-on lab, you’ll learn the following:
- How to find the site footer in Genesis framework.
- Two different approaches for removing the default Genesis PHP event hooks.
- Considerations for simply hiding the HTML with CSS.
- Which approach is better and why
In order to do this lab, you will need your local sandbox site spun up and ready to go. See this Help Center article to get your sandbox ready.
I recommend that you also do this lab before starting this one:
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This lab pays for your Pro membership for the year. How can I say that? How much time do you spend searching for how to do this specific task? Seriously. An hour, two hours, or more? Let’s break it down. Let’s assume that you spend just one hour trying to figure out how to remove the site footer in Genesis.
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Have you ever had the problem where you made a change, pushed it to your client's server, and then they say they can't see the changes? So you tell them to clear their browser's cache and that solves the problem. In this lab, you will learn how to make sure your changes are sent out to the browser using the constant Genesis provides for you.
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