This version of the Genesis framework included quite a few enhancements, bug fixes, and general housekeeping items.
This feature was a way to control the output of html tag attributes, as well as a means to facilitate the conditional loading of HTML5 markup for newer themes. It also allowed us all to inject things like Schema.org microdata attributes.
It really transformed the way markup is output in Genesis, which no other theme was doing at the time.
All along, we’ve wanted to expand the functionality of this feature to include not just the conditional output of HTML5 tags, or the addition and removal of tag attributes, but to grant full control over the markup output throughout the framework, as well.
Genesis 2.4.2 is a big step in that direction.
Our team has enhanced the Markup API to allow for full customization of the opening and closing tags themselves, in addition to the attributes.
Look for tutorials and snippets in the near future explaining how to use the Markup API to customize the markup in a theme or plugin.
Inline Documentation and Code Standards
Our contributors continue to prioritize accuracy and readability in the Genesis code.
When it comes to standards and documentation, I believe Genesis is second to none. Genesis 2.4.2 includes tons of updates to the inline documentation and maintains strict adherence to WordPress coding standards (a fact we’re proud of).
And, as always, this release includes lots of little enhancements and bug fixes.
- Added or corrected lots of inline documentation.
phpcs.xmlfile for code standards testing.
- Added identifying classes to featured posts’ “More Posts” section title and list.
$titleto the passed arguments of the
- Added new features to the Markup API, allowing for open and close arguments, passing content, and new filters.
js-superfishclass to all menus that support it.
- Added missing “to” in
genesis_prev_next_post_nav()‘s comment header.
- Added new functions that handle the logic for meta and favicon markup, and amended existing output functions to use them.
- Changed URLs for gravatars on the “What’s New” page to use HTTPS.
- Corrected typo on SEO settings screen.
- Changed Featured Post widget to use placeholder instead of default value for number of posts to show.
CHANGELOG.mdwith release notes going back to 1.6.0.
- Changed CPT archive intro setting to use
- Changed some code and all documentation to better match WordPress coding standards.
h1elements outside the form on admin settings pages.
- Changed Featured Post entry header to display wrapper even when only byline is showing.
- Changed heading on the import/export admin page to
- Extracted XHTML from Genesis output, and added it back in with new Markup API filters if HTML5 is not supported.
- Moved SEO tooltips to Help tab on post editor screen.
- Changed to use of time constants in update check transients.
- Changed sitemap to hide Posts-related sections if the site has no Posts.
Genesis_Admin::create()to do return checks earlier.
genesis_setuphook. Possible breaking change, in order to ensure compatibility with WordPress 4.7+.
- Removed colons from labels on settings screens.
- Removed errant
$in the URL used in the “parent theme active” admin notice.
- Removed unused global for Admin Readme class.
- Removed dead code in two post shortcode callback functions.
- Removed unused parameters in
Try out Genesis Framework
Simple to start using the Genesis Framework by StudioPress, and selecting the Genesis Sample theme.