By default the Secondary Menu in Genesis Sample theme is placed inside Footer section. To relocate this menu to below the site header we need to follow the steps as mentioned below.
But there are many posts which have already been indexed by google search engine as AMP version will no longer work resulting a 404 error or “Page Not found” error.
Add the following code inside the Genesis theme functions.php file: $post_info = ‘Updated: [post_modified_date] by [post_author_posts_link] [post_comments] [post_edit]‘;
Now, we cache our sites in a simpler and better method. We use a wordpress plugin named Simple Cache. And we shall order Nginx server to serve the cached content bypassing the database query and PHP.
How to add a search box in primary menu of a genesis theme which is located at the site header. This is applicable for secondary menu also.
Gutenberg Ready, Based on the latest Genesis Sample version 2.8.0, Single Column, No Sidebar. 2-widgets Footer, Featured Images Ready (Recommended size 1280×720)