Join Carrie Dils for an in-depth discussion in this video Selecting the default layout, part of Up and Running with Genesis for WordPress.
…I'm about to let you in on a really cool feature of the Genesis framework.…Page layouts.…Let's assume you have a header area at the top of your page and…a footer area down at the bottom.…This part in the middle is what we'll refer to as the page layout and…Genesis comes out of the box with six of those.…One of the most popular page layouts you'll see online is the content area on…the left and the sidebar on the right like we have right here, or you can flip flop…that have a side part on the left and the content area on the right,.…You can also get fancy with double side bars either to the left or the right of…the content, or you could sandwich your content between two sidebars.…
Finally, you can have full width content.…If we head back over to our WordPress dashboard and look at the Theme Settings.…The Default Layout option allows us to select the default layout we…want across the entire site.…You can choose whichever layout option you want and click Save Settings, and…that will be what you see on your site.…
- What is Genesis?
- Which files make up a child theme?
- Setting up navigation options, breadcrumbs, and comments
- Adding custom header and footer scripts
- Working with menus
- Working with the Featured Post and Featured Page widgets
- Using the Genesis Import/Export feature