Install Plugins for the Genesis Theme
The Easy Genesis plugin allows you to make many customizations and setting changes to your Genesis-powered site, without having to write custom code. You must be using version 2.2 or higher of the Genesis theme framework.
IMPORTANT: Easy Genesis 2.2 and 2.3 Updates
IMPORTANT: MAJOR UPDATES WITH VERSION 2.0
Free Extension: Easy Genesis - Pages Extension
This extension allows you to universally remove titles across your pages, and display the featured image (if there is one) at the top of your pages. You may need to write custom CSS to style the featured image the way you want.
Premium Extension: Easy Genesis - Extras Extension
This extension allows you to customize the display of your navigation menus, add content to the beginning and end of your navigation, edit your footer, force sidebar layouts for different page templates, and customize your breadcrumbs.
Premium Extension: Easy Genesis - Blog Extension
This extension allows you to make changes to your post info, post meta, in-post navigation text, archive navigation text, display featured images, display content above your blog page template, and more.
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Creates a new widget to easily add mailing lists to a Genesis website. Recommended plugin to replace the Genesis eNews Widget removed in Genesis 2.0. The widget allows the site administrator to set either the Feedburner ID or choose MailPoet's lists or form action, e-mail form field and hidden fields to mimic the subscribe form of other mailing list services.
This plugin creates a new Genesis settings page that allows you to modify the post-info (byline), post-meta, and footer area on any Genesis theme. Using text, shortcodes, and HTML in the textboxes provided in the admin screen, these three commonly modified areas are easily editable, without having to learn PHP or write functions, filters, or mess with hooks.
This plugin creates a new Genesis settings page that allows you to insert code (HTML, Shortcodes, and PHP), and attach it to any of the 50+ action hooks throughout the Genesis Theme Framework, from StudioPress.
Instead of the sometimes tedious and unfamiliar process of creating functions in your theme files, this plugin gives you an attractive, easy to use interface for modifying your Genesis theme via the hook system. The plugin accepts HTML, Shortcodes, and PHP and gives you access to all 50+ hooks built into the Genesis theme, and a few built-in WordPress hooks as well.
Once a tool for myself the Genesis Visual Hook guide has slowly evolved into what it is today. I finally welcome the plugin version of the popular Visual Genesis Hooks and Filters Guide from Genesis Tutorials.
Once installed this plugin adds a drop down menu to the admin bar to select between three views (Hook, Filter, and Markup). Select an option or all three to see the hooks in their actual locations on your current theme.
Great companion to Genesis Simple Hooks.
Genesis Theme Framework required.
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