Hello faithful Genesis Office Hours listeners! This is a special, guest-free, episode dedicated to sharing what I know with you (well, a few things at least). Below are notes highlighting some things I talked about on the show.
We’ll be back to our usual format next week with Brian Richards of WPSessions. See you then!
Warning. There are affiliate links below. Don’t be scurred.
Black Friday Deals
- Genesis Design Palette Pro – Save 10% with coupon code DPPHOLIDAY (expires 12/1/14). If you’d like to know more about GDPP, check out this comparison article between it and Genesis Extender.
- WPEngine WordPress Managed Hosting – Sign up for an annual plan and get 4 months free hosting with coupon code CyberHosting14 (expires 12/2/14)
- Flywheel WordPrses Manged Hosting – 50% off annual plans (good Nov 28 – Dec 1)
- SiteGround Web Hosting – Up to 70% hosting plans with previous link. (good November 28 – 30). I wrote a comparison post of WPEngine, SiteGround, and Flywheel if you’d like to know when I use one over the other.
- Conductor Plugin – Save 50% on all plans with coupon code HOLIDAY2014
- Web Savvy Marketing – Save 20% on all Genesis themes with coupon code GOBBLE14 (expires Dec 2)
- WP eCommerce – 40% off everything with coupon code THANKSGIVING (expires??)
- StudioPress Pro Plus All Theme Pack – Get every theme (past, present and future) for $399.95. (no coupon necessary)
- Daily Bolt – Aggregate feed of Genesis tutorials, articles, etc.
- Request an invitation to the Genesis group on Slack
- Web Savvy Marketing converted their entire theme library to i18n with RTL support. Go here if you’re interested in translation their themes.
- My Utility Pro theme is coming soon and will have i18n and RTL support. Please contact me if you’d be interested in translating the theme.
Articles (thankful segment)
Tips & Tricks
- Charge What You’re Worth – Free email course with Brennan Done.
- Sublime Text – WordPress Developer Resources package (available from package control) let’s you right-click on any WordPress function and bring up the Codex entry.
- Command line (Mac – not sure if this is true for Windows) – Drag a folder from Finder over to Terminal and the it automatically writes the folder path. Don’t forget to put cd (“change directory”) before the path.