Welcome to GeneratePress Guides
GeneratePress is, in my humble opinion, the best WordPress theme out there. Not only is it lightweight and fast but also highly customizable. GeneratePress is the theme I use on all of my websites. And because I’ve been using GeneratePress for such a long time I consider myself fairly well versed in its use.
Just like any other WordPress theme, GeneratePress is constantly evolving and adding new features. But unlike other themes, GeneratePress gets faster with each update and never adds unnecessary bloat to your website. GeneratePress doesn’t come with any required plugins which could slow down your site. It can sometimes be difficult to stay up-to-date and that is where I try to help with my GeneratePress guides. I will also show you how you can customize the GeneratePress theme to your liking.
Using a code snippet you can insert a post’s title as a shortcode anywhere on your sites and also in Block Elements.
WhatsApp is one of the largest messaging services worldwide. By default, it is missing from Shared Counts. Follow this guide to add it manually.
The official AMP plugin for WordPress was slowing down my WordPress backend to a crawl, especially when publishing posts. Here’s how I fixed it.
After testing multiple options for my GeneratePress sites, I’ve come to the conclusion that WP Featherlight is the best lightbox plugin (for now).
Shared Counts on its own doesn’t provide you with a Reddit share button but as it’s very developer friendly one can be added in no time.
Just like GeneratePress itself, Shared Counts is lean, clean, and lightweight making it the perfect social share plugin!
GenerateBlocks 1.2 gives us responsive previews, new options for container backgrounds, improvements to the colour picker, and much more.
In this guide, I will be using a GeneratePress Block Element and GenerateBlocks Buttons to place icons in the menu.