Genesis Framework Overview
Genesis is the lightweight framework for WordPress, genesis framework is the fully Search Engine Optimized (SEO) so your client can easy to find you. this framework is developed with clean optimized code and smart architectures design it’s important to achieve best ranking on search engine.
Genesis framework is also supports schema.org code they allow to show microdata in your site’s code it’s a very important part of SEO.
Genesis is one of the faster loading lightweight theme so it’s reduce your website bounce rate and get better ranking of your website.
All the genesis theme is looks like professional and fully responsive with all the device, this framework is made in HTML 5 with cross-browser compatibility. this theme is also has automatic update features,
If you want to customize your website then genesis is provide unlimited customization features without affecting your website speed, you not required any developer for customizing your website.
Genesis framework is come with widget ready, theme options, comment functionality, advertising ready, auto-sized featured images, and one click demo install functionality.
Genesis Framwork Features
- Accessibility Ready
- Genesis Ready
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Genesis Framework 3.1.0
CSS: Add ‘genesis-title-hidden’ body class if the “hide title” checkbox is enabled.
Customizer: Add a footer text option under Theme Settings -> Footer.
Customizer: Add new Singular Content section to hold settings specific to posts, pages and other post types.
Editor: Add a “hide breadcrumbs” checkbox to the Genesis sidebar in the block editor.
Editor: Add a “hide featured image” checkbox to the Genesis sidebar in the block editor.
Editor: Add a “hide title” checkbox to the Genesis sidebar in the block editor.
Editor: Add a new Genesis sidebar for sites that use the block editor.
Editor: Add link to the Breadcrumbs panel to toggle breadcrumbs on and off globally for the current post type (requires the edit-theme-options capability and genesis-breadcrumbs-toggle post type support).
Editor: Add link to the Images panel to toggle featured images on and off globally for the current post type (requires the edit-theme-options capability and genesis-singular-images post type support).
Editor: Add status info to the Breadcrumbs panel to show global status of breadcrumbs for the current post type (requires the edit-theme-options capability and genesis-breadcrumbs-toggle post type support).
Editor: Add status info to the Images panel to show global status of featured images for the current post type (requires the edit-theme-options capability and genesis-singular-images post type support).
Post type support: Add genesis-breadcrumbs-toggle post type support to control which post types support the “hide breadcrumbs” checkbox.
Post type support: Add genesis-singular-images post type support to enable output of featured images, and a related output setting in the new Singular Content Customizer panel.
Post type support: Add genesis-title-toggle post type support to control which post types support the “hide title” checkbox.
REST API: Genesis now exposes hide title and hide breadcrumbs state, page layout, and custom body and post class via the meta field in the posts endpoint: /wp-json/wp/v2/posts/[id]
REST API: Genesis now exposes supported layouts for the active theme via a new layouts endpoint: /wp-json/genesis/v1/layouts/site.
Schema: developers can disable schema with add_filter( ‘genesis_disable_microdata’, ‘__return_true’ );.
Schema: Suppress output of Genesis schema if Yoast SEO is outputting JSON-LD markup.
Theme setup: Add Child Theme Setup menu item to the Genesis admin menu to make finding the Getting Started page again easier for active themes that support one-click theme setup.
Theme setup: add option to import widgets during one-click theme setup. See Genesis Sample’s onboarding.php for an up-to-date usage example.
Theme setup: Add Starter Packs feature. Theme developers can now offer users a choice of content and plugin packs during theme setup. See Genesis Sample’s onboarding.php for an up-to-date usage example.
Theme support: Add genesis-custom-logo theme support for logo output. This enables logo upload in the Site Identity section, outputs a logo, and improves accessibility of the site title.
Tooling: use the @wordpress/scripts package to build ES2015+ and React code.
Deprecation: The genesis_footer_creds_text filter is now deprecated. Developers can point users who want to edit their footer text to the new Genesis footer setting in the Customizer. If you want to set default footer text for your child theme during theme activation, you should set the footer_text key in your theme’s child-theme-settings.php file.
SEO: Remove noodp and noydir settings. The Yahoo! Directory (the ydir in noydir) closed in 2014. The Open Directory Project (the odp in noodp) closed in 2017. Related settings are also removed from the database during upgrade.
Tooling: remove the phpcs-fixed command. Genesis now runs phpcs against all files instead of a subset of known-good files.
Accessibility: Change skip link text from “Skip to content” to “Skip to main content” to improve pronunciation of “content” by screen readers.
Code: Switch to PHP short array syntax and enforce this via phpcs.xml.dist.
Documentation: Add link to the Genesis developer documentation site to the readme.
SEO: The Genesis SEO “Primary Title H1” setting will now apply on static homepages.
Theme setup: create new menus during one-click theme setup instead of appending menu items to existing menus.
Translation: Remove HTML from translated strings where possible.
Breadcrumbs: Ensure “Breadcrumbs on Homepage” enables breadcrumbs on static homepages. Previously “Breadcrumbs on Pages” also had to be checked.
General: genesis_get_global_post_type_name() will now return the correct post type if the main query has been filtered to show additional post types.
Standards: Address all PHP_CodeSniffer coding standards violations.
Standards: Fix a warning that could appear during update if Genesis Simple Sidebars was in use.
Standards: Remove an unneeded argument when calling genesis_onboarding_import_content().
Tooling: Correct an issue where PHP_CodeSniffer extensions for VS Code and Atom users would fail to run.
Translation: Correct missing translators comments and correct numbered placeholders.
Translation: Fix translators comments that differed for the same string.