It’s amazing how WordPress manages to gather together the minds of some amazing people who can create great products that many flock to. As WordPress and the internet began to evolve, there were some forward thinking companies that changed with it and began to build a sturdy name and product upon the ever shifting sands of these worlds. One such company is StudioPress — a WordPress theme shop that created the ever powerful Genesis Framework. If you’ve been around WordPress for sometime now, then you have likely heard about this WordPress framework/theme. There are quite a few reasons for its success: It’s a lightweight theme which means that it’s fast loading thus creating a better user experience It’s built using HTML5 and implement the responsive approach, thus making the website small-screen friendly It has buckled down its code so that it’s up to speed with security It’s SEO ready It is developer friendly There are rampant Child Themes available (both free and premium) For as great as the all of these features are, there is one major issue with it. Can you guess what it is? The Problem with the Genesis Framework So just what is the issue with this glorious theme and its child themes?
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