Getty Images is now offering a free embed service. Incredible images for your blog, if you don’t mind the links beneath. To make them responsive install Video Overlayer and from it’s settings menu select “Just make my embeded iFrame videos responsive” and add ‘gettyimages’ to the “Video Overlayer Supported iFrame Video Embeds” list.
My JrOne Child Theme turned into a giant mess, so I axed it. I went back to the drawing board and tried something simpler. I took the Genesis Sample Child Theme and added some customizer options to it.
Don’t use it on a live site, since I have no clue what I’m doing, but do try it out on a local install because it is a lot of fun.
Once you activate it, there will be a prompt to install the plugins, that I used in the demo. Unzip this file and import it into the Widget CSS Classes plugin to make controlling your widget widths easier.
Everybody seems to be building Genesis Child Themes these days, so I’ve decided to jump on the bandwagon.
I started with the Sample Child Theme, and it has turned into the thing above. It looks like something straight outta 2010, but is a lot of fun.
So far, it has eight WordPress Customizer options. There are 7 color options and an option for adding different full-width banners to the background on a per page/post basis. I don’t know what I’m going to do with the homepage yet, so wish me luck.