November 19, 2017

Genesis Framework for WordPress – Studiopress Review

genesis framework - studiopressGenesis Framework by Studiopress-

 Niwikapublishing.com now runs on the Genesis Framework and will remain on the Genesis Framework. Initially, I was just test-driving the platform so I could do a review on the product. I don’t believe one should post reviews unless you’re really doing them. Or else it’s really just deceitful, isn’t it? So, now that I’ve used it to completely set up this site, I can confidently say, it’s worth every penny.  The sleek look is exactly what I was hoping to achieve. This theme is called “Streamline” and as far as WordPress goes it is very streamlined.

Setting things up is a tad different than most themes.  First you upload the “Genesis Framework” folder, then you upload the child-theme you want. So, it’s a 2 step process.  Once you’ve done that you can change the child-themes and not have to worry about the Genesis folder any more. Actually setting up everything is fairly simple and if you’ve set up WordPress before, you’ll have no problems. It’s all quite intuitive, if you know what I mean.

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Cons –

  • Well, there’s only one con that I can think up and really, it’s not that big of a deal to me. It is a fairly flexible theme but that’s all. Just fairly flexible. That’s okay for me. I suppose I would call that, reality. Beyond that, there’s nothing negative I can say about the product.

Pros –

  • Beautiful and sleek looking sites
  • Superior coding adds many benefits for seo and security
  • Unlimited usage license (it’s the only way you can buy it)
  • Fantastic, well designed (ergonomic) dashboard
  • 43 designs, “out of the box” means you will get the look and feel you are hoping to achieve
  • Unlimited support. Unlimited updates. Unlimited websites.
  • Really responsive support plus detailed tutorials. If you do get stumped, you will be up and running in no time with the kind of help they offer.

I will be using the Genesis Framework on all my WordPress installations from hereon in. It’s too exceptional to not do that. I’d be cheating myself if I didn’t. To have a closer look at everything, it’s probably best to head over to the Studiopress site and see all they offer as far as the child themes and pricing options. You can see their site here or by clicking the banner above.

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