A few months ago I wrote about how to add color buttons to your Genesis-powered website. I’d like to teach you how to create social media buttons using CSS3 gradients.
I’ve been asked a few times recently if there’s a way to include support for various colored content boxes for sites powered by the Genesis Framework.
There are a number of themes in the market that implement this with shortcodes. I feel that isn’t necessary and want to show you just how it easy it is to do with CSS.
Recently I decided to go through my site and look for things that I felt it was missing. I noticed was that I lacked a one-click process to allow folks to follow me on Twitter.
I used to have a Twitter link in my sidebar, and plan to leave it there – but I strategically identified a location I thought might be a good place for the Twitter “Follow” button.