Dynamik Website Builder 1.6 was just released at the end of May, and the main highlight from it is first class support for Dynamik Skins. This is very exciting news for the Dynamik community. As users, we will likely see the proliferation of exciting new skins we can use on our sites. And it also gives developers the potential to create a new market for designing and selling premium Dynamik skins.
Designing a stunning, beautiful WordPress theme would be extremely difficult for someone like myself.
Sure, I would consider my HTML, CSS and PHP skills to be quite good, but there is more to a beautifully designed website than knowing how to code. You also need to have that eye for awesome design, which very few people actually have.
This is what makes Elegant Themes stand out. Eye-catching designs, that will really make your site pop.
Elegant Themes is a WordPress theme club started by developer and designer Nick Roach. It has seen some explosive growth in popularity over the years with over 240,000 members. And the team itself has grown to over 23 dedicated designers, developers and tech support.
One thing that makes Elegant Themes stand out from the rest of the WordPress themes are the designs. Browse around their theme collection and you can see how much effort was put into the design of each of the themes. These themes are beautiful, and not easily replicated by other competitors.
Often times, you want to earn a little extra money from your niche site by adding Google Adsense or some other form of banner advertising. Depending on how much traffic your site gets, you might be able to offset your web hosting costs and other expenses with the ad revenue you get from visitors clicking on your ads.
If you are using the Genesis Framework however, doing something like this is quite simple. All you need to do is leverage the Genesis Framework’s powerful hook mechanism. This will let us add our ad snippet in one place, and have it show up everywhere on our site.
In this short tutorial, I will show you how to display Adsense or any banner ad unit embedded in each blog post.
Last week, Dynamik 1.5 and Genesis Extender 1.4 were both released. Both are major updates that include bug fixes and some exciting new features.
Dynamik Website Builder is argubly the best Genesis child theme for anyone who wants full control over the design their site. It’s super customizable, easy to use, and can be used to build any type of site.
Genesis Extender is basically Dynamik Website builder as a WordPress plugin, minus the Design Options. It’s main use is for people who want to use their favorite Genesis child theme, but add the customizablility of Dynamik.
I’ve been using the updated Dynamik 1.5 on this site for the past week, and I really like the new features. I won’t list all the new things that were added to this release. For that, you can read the official changelog.
Instead, I wanted to highlight my favorite 4 updates will improve your workflow when using Dynamik.