Many users of WordPress and WP-Members also use the Genesis framework (including me!). I have started to create stylesheets for the plugin that will work better with the Genesis child themes that are available from StudioPress. I’ve put together a package of the custom stylesheets currently available as well as a script for adding them to them to the dropdown in the plugin’s options.
StudioPress Genesis Child Themes Currently Available
I will be adding to this list as I complete new stylesheets. If you are using a Genesis child theme from StudioPress and don’t see yours listed, let me know and I’ll see about moving that one up the project list.
Download the package
Go to the add-ons section and download the zip package.
I am making the assumption with this package that you have all of the child themes in the list installed. If you do not and you don’t want the extra child themes you don’t have to show in the list, you will want to remove them from the $new_style array in the script. For example, if you do not have the eleven40 child theme, remove the line in the script for Genesis eleven40. NOTE: if you only have one child theme installed and you want to remove all the others from the list leaving just the one, make sure that you do not end the line with a comma as there are no additional array values after it (like the last line in the array).
Load the folder /wp-members-stylesheets/ to your plugins directory.
Activate the add-on from the WP plugins panel.
Note: if you loaded an early version of this script that required you to add the functions to your pluggable file or functions file, make sure you remove those funtions.