How To Disable Sticky Header in a Genesis Child Theme

As you may all know Genesis is a popular theme framework for creating a powerful, SEO-friendly, customizable, beautiful website in WordPress. This framework can be extended even further with a Genesis Child theme (also known as StudioPress theme) to design almost anything you want. One key feature found in some of these themes is “sticky header”. While sticky header is a cool feature it may not always function properly on mobile devices. Unfortunately, there is no setting in Genesis to easily turn this on/off. In this article, I will show you how you can disable this sticky header on your website without having to touch the core theme files.

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How to Center a Tweet in WordPress

Twitter is a popular social media where we can share content and interact with users. If you are running a website on WordPress like me, you should know how important social sharing is to the success of a business. Twitter allows you to embed Tweets into your site, so you can share what’s happening on Twitter with your visitors. But how do you align it? In this article, I will show you how to center a Tweet in WordPress.

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How to Add a Free SSL Certificate to Your WordPress Site

SSL Certificate has become an important part of every WordPress site since major web browsers like Google Chrome started showing a non-secure warning in the address bar. WordPress already announced that as of 2017 they are going to implement features in the core that will require your website to have HTTPS available. From SEO point of view, HTTPs is also important since Google now consider it as a ranking factor. So if you haven’t switched to HTTPs yet now is the time to do it. In this article, I will show you how you can add a free SSL certificate to your WordPress site and get it up and running in HTTPs.

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