About this Course
Genesis child themes are the way we make Genesis (and WordPress) look and behave how we and clients want. They follow many of the steps of a traditional theme, but since it is a child to a framework, there are additional functions and conventions to account for and leverage. In this course, you will learn how to create a Genesis child theme by converting a stand-alone theme into a Genesis child theme.
What you'll learn
- Create a Genesis child theme by converting a stand-alone theme into a Genesis child theme
Jesse Petersen started using WordPress in 2005 and watched it grow from something geeky into the platform that powers over 21% of the Internet. Professionally, Jesse wrote tutorials and tips for people who just wanted to blog and then became the Customer Support Manager for one of the big theme shops where he fielded thousands of site issues and taught hundreds of people how to use WordPress better. Forming Petersen Media Group in 2009, he quickly found the Genesis Framework through knowing its creators and became a preferred Genesis developer in 2010, along with other talented people. Jesse has the heart of a teacher and loves to share his love of WordPress and Genesis with others eager to learn.
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