Genesis is the developer’s theming framework for WordPress. It is easily extensible and customizable. It’s fast, secure, and packed full of features. This technical library provides you with practical, hands-on PHP web development projects, insights, master tips, improved documentation, and so much more.
Want a Systematic Level Up Guide to Help You?
Do you want a guide that systematically grows your expertise and proficiencies as a Genesis Developer? Then make sure you check out this roadmap. It’s just for you. It starts at the beginning and then incrementally grows your technical abilities. You’ll customize and build themes as you learn deeply about Genesis, the process, WordPress, PHP, jQuery, and so much more.
There are over 39 hours of step-by-step, hands-on coding labs (projects) just for you. Tonya walks you through the framework as well as how to build themes, plugins, and solve problems in Genesis-centric websites.
- Series and Bootcamps – grouped hands-on building projects and knowledge
- Labs – individual hands-on building projects
- Insights – quick tips, insights, and master tips
- Docx – documentation to supplement the official documentation
In today’s quick tip, I’ll show you how you how to disable the default behavior of making the post title linkable (clickable) in Genesis. And you'll do it in just one line of code. You’ll also see some helper utility functions available to make your job easier…right out of WordPress core.
To help you maximize the power of this framework, we are building a multi-part Lab series titled: Developer's Guide to Customizing Genesis. It focuses on you, the developer. You will explore the framework's codebase and learn how you can tap into the component architecture to get your stuff done.