The Splash theme is a 3rd party Genesis Framework Theme created for professional writers. On Splash’s homepage, you have a huge widget in the header to upload an image of yourself or your company’s logo. There is also an area to describe the services you provide or give the visitor information about yourself. This widget also includes a place to add your social media follow links as well as space for an autoresponder widget box.
Next is an area to showcase your latest blog posts, however, there is no sidebar. That might be the one thing this theme is missing. Find free customization tips in our Genesis Tutorials category.
Check out the demo version to get an idea of what this theme can do. The design is minimalistic, but with some customization, this theme could really shine.
Let’s get to Splash’s general features.
- Build your Mailing List (built-in subscriber box)
- Built in Color Tool
- Easy Share Options for your Visitors
- Responsive Design
Themedy Core Features
- Backend Options and Multiple Theme Styles
- Full Documentation and Excellent Forum Support
- Landing Page Template
- Custom Shortcodes
- PSD Included
- Cross Browser Compatible
A look at what a blog post looks like.
You get a landing page with this theme to turn into anything you want to use it for. Here is a preview.
Don’t forget to check out our plugins page for more awesome add-ons to really make our blog stand out.
Please keep in mind that you will need to have the Genesis Framework already installed on your blog. The cost of the framework is $59.95. This will get you a lifetime membership and free updates for the framework, which is an awesome deal.
If you are a developer, you know you can customize these themes on your own for your clients and add more money to your packaged deals. The Pro Plus StudioPress package is perfect for professional bloggers and developers. Check out the details below.
Need More Convincing?
There are thousands of plugins online to install on your blog but installing all of them is not a feasible thing to do. One thing is for sure is that you need to have a good web host or your blogging career won’t be very successful. Being on the Genesis Framework means there are custom plugins created especially for our community. Have a look at our mega list of Genesis Framework Plugins page to see which ones catch your interest.
If you are new to this whole blogging thing or looking for a little more knowledge? Take a look at our blog post on How To Start A WordPress Blog on the Genesis Framework.
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- Recommended SEO Guide: How To Set Up The Yoast Premium SEO Plugin
- Recommended SEO Guide: The WP Meta SEO Plugin: An Alternative SEO Plugin
Don’t know how to install a Genesis Framework theme? See our guide on How To Install A Genesis Framework Theme for a step by step guide. You do get a “Theme Settings” page in your admin dashboard with the Genesis Framework installed. The amount of settings depends on the theme installed.
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