If you are an existing user of this site, you probably noticed a major change in the look and feel of the site this week. I have relaunched the site on the Genesis 2.0 Framework.
The old version of the site had been on Twitter Bootstrap and it was time for a little makeover. This change will allow me to write another round of tutorials for the “How I Did It’s category so that users can replicate some of the customizations being showcased here.
Honestly, there are more people out there running WordPress on Genesis than Bootstrap, so as much as I liked the elements of Bootstrap, I think this serves a broader audience (not that you have to be running Genesis to run WP-Members – hopefully people know that the WP-Members framework is fully flexible on WordPress alone).
The Bootstrap tutorials will remain as examples, but I’ll be adding more for Genesis. And don’t forget there is a stylesheet add-on pack for Genesis child themes from StudioPress. I’m adding more and updating these for Genesis 2.0 versions. And you don’t need Genesis for these stylesheets to be a benefit. Some of them may work well for your non-Genesis themes, too. The markup is specific to WP-Members CSS, not Genesis – they are designed to fit WP-Members right into the associated StudioPress theme, but they can be used on any theme. You can read more about the stylesheet pack here.