Edit the Quick Access widgets in Appearance > Widgets > Sliding Sidebar and Quick Access:
You can add up to 5 tabs with № numbers and an option to make them clickable or popup (for example “how to” YouTube video). At the bottom you can add a code for a popup (signup) and a normal link (YouTube):
Edit the Text widgets in Appearance > Widgets > Instagram/Pinterest Header and Instagram/Pinterest Footer to remove the Instagram feed shortcodes or edit them.
Day to Day
Edit the Day to Day widgets in Appearance > Widgets > Sliding Sidebar, Single Posts and Homepage to edit it. You can show posts by category, change the layout and size of the image and choose a style between grid (similar to the sliding sidebar’s day to day) and slider (similar to the homepage’s day to day). If you choose the grid style you can add a “view all” button.
Signup (Genesis eNews Extended):
In your Mailchimp account (more instructions in the official help):
1 – Navigate to the Audience tab.
2 – Click the Manage Audience drop-down and choose Signup forms.
3 – Select Embedded forms.
4 – Choose the “Unstyle” option.
5 – Copy the highlighted code similar to the screenshot below inside action=””, (do not include the apostrophes):
6 – Paste the code in the form action field in Appearance > Widgets > Sliding Sidebar:
7 – The rest of the fields should have EMAIL, FNAME and LNAME in capital letters, you can skip FNAME and LNAME if not needed.
Edit the Favorites widget in Appearance > Widgets > Sliding Sidebar to edit it. You can show products from the shop by category and change the layout and size of the image. The widget has two buttons that link to the affiliate link or Instagram (optional):
You can add a YouTube widget to show videos from your own channel. For this to work, a YouTube API key and your channel ID are required. Follow the steps here to get your own key, and get your channel ID from the settings here.
Add your API key in Appearance > Customize > Tokens.
Product Category Widgets
Single Posts Widgets
In Appearance > Widgets > Single Posts, add widgets that will show in single posts only like a day to day widget.
In Appearance > Widgets > Mobile, you can add widgets for the mobile part of the website, like the search bar.
In Appearance > Menus, edit the different menus used in the theme. Shop and Bazaar Babes are in the Sliding Sidebar area:
Main Menu is at the top of the sliding sidebar:
And Footer Menu is at the bottom of the website:
You can find the personal Styling page in the pages area, but you can create similar pages by changing their template to banner:
Save and a refresh the page editor and scroll down to see the banner details. You’ll be able to add a banner at the top with two buttons:
In Appearance > Customize > Theme Settings > Posts, you can customize the day to day page:
1 – Enable the “read more” button.
2 – Change the “read more” button title.
3 – Enable sidebar.
4 – Make sidebar sticky on scroll.
5 – Enable meta like the category name and date.
6 – Change the image layout from portrait to square, landscape or original.
7 – Crop the image to make them even and same size.
8 – Number of products before the load more button.
1 – Add affiliate link.
2 – Add a link for Instagram, this will show up in the favorites widget.
3 – Add a link to a post, this will show up next to the shop button.
4 – Add a brand name.
5 – Add a price.
6 – Select a category or multiple categories.
7 – Upload a featured image.
8 – Upload a secondary featured image that will show up on hover.
In Appearance > Customize > Theme Settings > Products, you can customize the shop products:
1 – Enable the “shop now” button.
2 – Change the “shop now” button title.
3 – Change the “view post” button title. This works with products linking to a post:
4 – Enable sidebar, although not recommended with the Quick Access addition.
5 – Make sidebar sticky on scroll.
6 – Enable meta like the category name and price.
7 – Change the image layout from portrait to square, landscape or original.
8 – Crop the image to make them even and same size.
9 – Number of products before the load more button.
10 – Choose how many products are visible before the day to day widget or any widget that’s in the Homepage section in Appearance > Widgets:
In Appearance > Customize > WooCommerce, You can customize the way the WooCommerce products look, disable the cart icon from the menubar and change the images sizes and crop.
In WooCommerce Settings > Genesis Connect Addons, you can adjust the number of products per page. -1 means it will show all products in one page.
1 – upload a photo.
2 – Add a title.
3 – Add a link when the circle is clicked.
4 – Select which type to show categories from. For example Retailers circle shows categories from the shop type:
5 – Add categories slug to the field, in the Retailers examples the slugs are: amazon,nordstrom,revolve:
You can find the category slug here:
6 – If enabled the drop down will have a list of categories on one side and posts on the other side:
7 – Change the title when 6 is enabled.
8 – Change the button title for “all” when 6 is enabled.