WordPress Feed Basics

Here are a few basics on using WordPress feeds, replace domain.tld with your domain name in the examples  By default, WordPress includes a number of feed options: http://domain.tld/feed/ (RSS 2.0 format)http://domain.tld/feed/rss2/ (RSS 2.0 format)http://domain.tld/feed/rss/ (RSS 0.92 format)http://domain.tld/feed/rdf/ (RDF/RSS 1.0 format)http://domain.tld/feed/atom/ (Atom format) Also, you can create feeds specific to the category http://domain.tld/category/categoryname/feed/ (Permalink format) So, for sake of argument, If I wanted a feed in Atom Format that pointed to a "specific category" I would use the following: http://domain.tld/category/specific-category/feed/atom For more information on WordPress feed options, check out this post by Perishable Press. … [Continue Reading]

Change Default Genesis Text Header with Manual Title Link

There are a number of reasons you might want to use WordPress Multi-Site to run all of your companies websites, but those are for another post.  In some cases, you may want to have all the sites look the same and for consistency ; this means we need to tweak the header a bit or each site will send the user to it's own home page instead of the main site page. Simply insert the following snippet into your theme's functions.php file and problem will be solved. //* Manual Title Link add_filter( 'genesis_seo_title', 'child_header_title', 10, 3 ); /** Change default Header URL */ function child_header_title( $title, $inside, $wrap ) { $inside = sprintf( '%s', esc_attr( get_bloginfo( 'name' ) ), get_bloginfo( 'name' ) ); return sprintf( '<%1$s id="title">%2$s', $wrap, … [Continue Reading]