How to remove WordPress secondary sidebar in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using StudioPress Genesis, you may notice that a lot of the themes have a secondary sidebar that you might not be using and you may want to remove it from the available widgets. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to unregister and remove the secondary sidebar in StudioPress Genesis.
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How to fix #comments div links for comments plugins in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using a WordPress Comments Plugin like Livefyre or Disqus to handle the comment discussion on your site, your theme’s links to the #comments div may be broken once the default comments have been turned off. Today’s snack will show you how to fix the #comments div links for comments plugins used in a StudioPress Genesis theme to where your theme’s Comment links work throughout your site.
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How to add an Adsense Ad after every post in StudioPress Genesis

Google’s Adsense Ads are a great way to earn money from your site’s traffic. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to add an Adsense Ad after every post in a site running on the StudioPress Genesis Framework.
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How to change the number of WordPress footer widgets in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using StudioPress Genesis, you may want to change the number of footer widgets. Often it is set to 3 footer widgets by default, but you can change this number from within the functions.php file. Just edit this line of code in the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to change the number of footer widgets your StudioPress Genesis theme has.
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How to move the WordPress breadcrumbs in StudioPress Genesis

If you have breadcrumbs enabled in your StudioPress Genesis theme, you may want to move or reposition the WordPress breadcrumbs. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to move the breadcrumbs to another location.
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How to remove the Footer Credits and Return to Top text in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using the StudioPress Genesis Framework for your WordPress site, you may want to completely remove the Footer Credits and Return to Top link from your footer. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to easily remove the entire footer generated by Genesis. Your Footer Widgets will still work correctly.
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How to change comment is awaiting moderation text in StudioPress Genesis

If your site allows comments, you may want to set it up to where you have to approve comments before they appear on the site. When this setting is enabled, commenters see a message after posting a comment telling them that their comment is awaiting moderation. You can change that comment awaiting moderation message text in StudioPress Genesis. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to change the comment is awaiting moderation text to a custom message.
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How to remove website url field from WordPress comment form in StudioPress Genesis

If your site allows comments, you may not want the comment form to ask for a website url from the commenter. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to make it so your comment form no longer asks for the commenter’s website url.
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How to change default Speak Your Mind comment text in StudioPress Genesis

If you are using the StudioPress Genesis Theme Framework for your WordPress site, you may want to change the default comment text that says “Speak Your Mind” when you first install your Genesis Framework theme. Just add this WordPress Code Snippet to the functions.php file in your current WordPress theme in order to change the default “Speak Your Mind” text in your comments section.
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How to fix Custom Post Class not saving in StudioPress Genesis 1.8

If you use the StudioPress Genesis Framework for your WordPress site, you may also use the included Custom Post Class option inside the post pages. This option allows you to specify the post class of a specific post or page by simply typing the name of the post class in the provided field inside the post editor screen. With the latest update, StudioPress Genesis 1.8, the Custom Post Class field does not update and save when you save the page. Today’s snack will show you how to fix it so that the Custom Post Class field updates when you hit save.
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