NOTE: Code now supports 508 compliance as well as Schema.org web page type of Search results page. If you’re not happy with the search functionality provided out of the box with WordPress you might want to consider Google CSE for those of you running the Genesis Framework. Here’s a quick and easy WordPress tutorial demonstrating how you can use Google CSE with the Genesis Framework. Create a New Search Engine
Recently I began working on a blog redesign and my client wasn’t happy with the phrase “Search this website…” inside of the Genesis search box. Additionally, the client wanted to change the text on the search button from “Search” to “Go.” It was time to dig in and research what is needed to customize the Genesis search form. This simple WordPress tutorial for the Genesis Framework will demonstrate how to
Recently, I was asked how I added the little magnifying glass into the Genesis site search box at the bottom of my website. It’s a great question and worth of a quick tutorial on how to add a Dashicon to your Genesis search box. Dashicons is the official icon font of the WordPress admin since version 3.8. It’s similar in functionality as Font Awesome, another popular collection of icon fonts.
I had a hard time figuring out my rider category or as others call it “rider classification” in Zwift. Now that I know the calculation, I wanted to share it on the cycling interwebs with my fellow riders. Zwift Rider Category Formula FTP ÷ Weight (in KG) = Rider Category First you will need to know your FTP. If you don’t know your FTP or how to find it, I
The 10th edition of the Allianz Cyclist Tour takes place from June 16 to June 23, 2017 and covers 602 miles (970km) with 32,808 feet (10,000 meters) of elevation. Another challenging tour for sure! The main characteristics of this 10th edition will be the beautiful landscapes, the cities of Portugal and south of Spain, the food, wine and… the sun. For climbers, the 2513 meters high Sierra Nevada will represent
Lot’s of people are asking how to see their FTP test results on Zwift. Whether you took the FTP test or just finished a hard ride and got a notice that you have a new FTP score, it’s easy to find by following the steps below. To view your FTP score in Zwift: Open the Zwift app on your computer, tablet or smartphone. Click ‘Menu’ in the bottom left of