The Genesis Framework by StudioPress is quickly becoming one of the most popular Theme Frameworks for WordPress. When you building a website for your business, you want to make sure that you are ranking well in the search engines so readers, customers and clients can find you. And clean, optimized code + smart design architecture is important for achieving the best rankings possible.
Usually, there are two most pupular ways to build a website. WordPress and website builders. Some webmasters prefer using WordPress as their CMS while others buiding website with website builders like Mailchimp.
Mailchimp has an excellent resource for a website builder that’s perfect for entrepreneurs who want to build their website as efficiently as possible. Aside from brilliant designs available to beautify one’s site, they also have tools needed to get a website on the front page of Google.
Click here to download the Genesis Guide for absolute beginners.
Genesis Framework is now supports Schema.org code. This enhances your site’s search engine optimization even further. The Genesis Framework has always handled the basics of good SEO for you, like lightweight code for fast performance, and now it’s even better.
I’ve been using Cloudways since January 2016 for this blog. I happily recommend Cloudways to my readers because I am a proud customer.
That’s enough! Let’s move to the topic.
Download Latitude: A Free Genesis Child Theme
Latitude is a free Genesis Child theme by Aaron Hartland. Latitude is build exclusively to work with the Genesis Framework and was build using the Nomadic Theme (a free child theme from StudioPress) as a foundation.
The Latitude child theme includes the following features:
Latitude uses the Genesis Slider plugin, has a Portfolio Page Template, 6 layout options, custom background, custom header, featured images, threaded comments…
Take it for a test drive…
Download from this page…
* Please note that the Latitude child theme requires the Genesis Framework.