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Genesis 2.10 – Available Now!

Update to Genesis Framework 2.10 right now!

This update adds WP-CLI commands, improved navigation, increased visibility into Genesis plugins, and easier access to the settings and features.

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Atomic Blocks 1.7 – Now with Advanced Column Block

Atomic Blocks, our Gutenberg blocks plugin was just updated, and this release offers a great feature enhancement that will help you format your content in highly-flexible, good-looking columns.

The Advanced Columns block provides you with a powerful, flexible, responsive grid system to help you quickly build out custom page designs. Each column has options for margins, paddings, colors and more to easily achieve layouts that were once difficult to do in WordPress.

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Re-Introducing Authority Pro, Now Updated for Gutenberg Blocks

Back when we first released Authority Pro, it quickly became one of the favorite themes in the community.

Now it is back, with updates to take full advantage of the WordPress 5 “Gutenberg” editor and Atomic Blocks!

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What to Look Out for in Genesis 2.10 Beta

Work on Genesis continues! Here are some of the highlights of the 2.10 Beta. As always, you can try the beta out by installing the plugin.

Automate with New WP-CLI Commands

If you’re a developer who loves Genesis and also enjoys using WP-CLI to manage your site, things are about to get a whole lot easier.

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[21] The Persuasive Power of Analogy

Do you know understand how to craft an analogy that is actually an analogy (and not a metaphor or simile) and that holds the power to persuade? You will after you listen to this week’s episode.

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Sites Weekly: Drive More Sales with These Simple Optimizations

Welcome to another edition of Sites Weekly.

In this week’s edition, you will find links to articles about the following:

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[18] How to Create Visually Effective Calls-To-Action

The greatest call-to-action copy in the world won’t make a lick of difference if your CTA isn’t visually compelling enough to draw attention to it. So that’s what we’re going to discuss this week: how to create visually effective calls to action.

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