Join Carrie Dils for an in-depth discussion in this video Using automatic updates and custom feeds, part of Learning Genesis for WordPress.
…We've got our demo site up and…running the Genesis sample theme on the Genesis framework.…It's time to look at some configuration options that let you customize certain…aspects of your theme.…Whenever you ask a Genesis child theme,…you'll notice a new Genesis sub menu on the WordPress dashboard.…And you'll see a few submenu items in here.…Just a note that certain child themes and…even some Genesis specific plugins will occasionally add submenu items, or…even additional content on the default Genesis settings page.…So if you're screen doesn't look exactly like mine, that's okay.…
The Theme Settings page covers general options to…control the way your theme behaves.…A couple of cool things I'll point out, you can collapse or…expand any of these boxes by clicking on the header area.…You can also drag and…drop them to rearrange the page to suit your particular needs.…Also if there are certain things that you don't want to see, beyond your initial set…up, you can hide them by clicking on the Screen Options tab at the top right of…
- 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