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 ... Read More → read How to Use Google CSE with the Genesis Framework
Digital Marketing / WordPress Development
Since 1997 I've been involved in designing, building and optimizing profitable websites for companies both large and small. How is this for name dropping? Carmax.com, Elephant.com, Compare.com, Snagajob.com and most recently AllianzTravelInsurance.com.
Today my professional career focuses on WordPress Development, Website Optimization and Analytics.
When time permits I like to give back to the community by sharing my experiences working with WordPress, Google Analytics, Google Tag Manager, SEO and more. You'll quickly find that my articles are written in plain English and are easy to follow.
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 ... Read More → read How to Customize the Genesis Search Form
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 ... Read More → read Customize the Genesis Search Box with Icon Fonts
In this GTM tutorial, we'll cover: Enable enhanced link attribution in Google Analytics Enable enhanced link attribution in GTM Show you a gotcha that might keep things from working properly View in-page ... Read More → read Enhanced Link Attribution using Google Analytics & GTM
On every website I build including my own, I use the code below to white label WordPress. Why would you white label WordPress? Because it's those little details that make a big difference in your finished product. Not to ... Read More → read How to White Label WordPress
The Genesis Framework comes equipped with its own Breadcrumb code that's easy to edit for your specific needs. Below you will find over half a dozen ways to customize the Genesis breadcrumbs so that they will display ... Read More → read How to Customize the Genesis Breadcrumb
Not only is it very annoying for your website visitors to hit a 404 error page on your website, it can have a negative impact on your organic search performance. 404 error tracking should be a scheduled task performed at ... Read More → read How to Track 404 Errors Using GTM v2
After you purchase a copy of the Genesis Framework, don't only consider a child theme from StudioPress, look to third-party child theme developers for some of the most creative and unique child themes available for ... Read More → read Free Genesis Child Themes
Do you know if your website is up and running right now? Chances are you don't. Along with a down website comes a loss in revenue. So why not use Uptime Robot, a free tool to alert you when your website is ... Read More → read Uptime Robot Website Monitoring
Recently, several readers have asked how they could customize their WordPress widget titles. The questions we'll answer today include: How can I add an image to my widget title? How can I make my widget title two ... Read More → read How to Customize WordPress Widget Titles