There’s no native functionality to have a ticket number or unique ID for each entry in Gravity Forms. Let’s make it happen.
Change the link of the blog post title to something custom in an Archive view in the Genesis framework.
Owning a website isn’t just a set it and forget it part of your business. Website maintenance is an indispensable part of keeping it working as it was meant to.
One of the things I do for my clients when developing a WordPress website is to update the admin login logo. It is a nice, simple touch that goes a long way.
Learn how to change the class, ID, itemtype, itemscope, and other attributes in the Genesis Framework. An example for changing the itemtype is if you have a Staff page.
There are a ton of posts out there to help you speed up WordPress powered websites. This one is always left out though. Let’s remove this unnecessary emoji script.
In a recent project, I had a mailto: link in the navigation menu and by default, WordPress spits out the wrong microdata schema for that.
Here’s a code snippet that allows you to add shortcodes to the Author Box in User Profiles for the Genesis Framework.
Change the header logo link in your Genesis child theme to whatever you want. This snippet is for themes that support HTML5 and schema rich snippets.
Gravity Forms is by far one of the best form plugins for WordPress. Let’s make the confirmation from filling out a form display in a nice little popup.