The WordPress Customizer, originally referred to as the Theme Customizer but more and more as simply the Customizer, has been built into WordPress since 2012. The WordPress Theme Customization API on which it is built reaches back to WordPress 3.4, but with the customizer improvements added in WordPress 4.0, theme developers are making increased use of it. This is great news for WordPress users, … [Read more...] about Customizer Makes Admin Tasks a Breeze
Introduced in early 2010, the Genesis framework is a theme framework created by StudioPress. Genesis is often called the parent theme, and it supports a wide variety of child themes. With a WordPress website running Genesis and one of its child themes, the framework provides an easily modified and updated core structure, and the child theme controls design elements, such as styling and typography. That makes it easy to update and extend the framework without disrupting the design on a live site, while allowing child themes to incorporate new Genesis features over time.
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