Genesis DevKit And Themer Pro Updates Along With The All New Genesis DEV Pack Bundle

I’m super excited to finally release both the Genesis DevKit 1.1.0 and Themer Pro 1.2.0 updates! I’ve been working on these for the past month or so, awaiting the release of Genesis 3.1. So now that StudioPress has delighted us with this notable Genesis release we can also enjoy all the new goodies found in Genesis DevKit and Themer Pro.

First, let me cut to the change and post their change logs below.

Genesis DevKit 1.1.0:

  • Added Custom CSS options all throughout the Design Options admin area for greater fine tuning design control.
  • Added a Custom Media Query min-width Styles option to the Custom Options admin area.
  • Added Font Weight, Font Style, and Line Height U-Control options.
  • Added more find and replace code to the theme creator functionality to ensure that all aspects of the Genesis Sample Theme are converted to the Child Theme Creator form input values.
  • Added theme creator code to edit Genesis Sample .pot file to reflect name and version given to custom Child Theme.
  • Added the ability to “Remove Starter Pack functionality” on Child Theme creation.
  • Updated the integrated Genesis Sample Theme to version 3.1.0. This means that new Genesis DevKit Child Themes will be fully Gutenberg optimized, as well as include all the other goodies found in 3.1.0.
  • Refined both the Custom and Design Option iFrame UI’s to better reflect the current Genesis DevKit settings.
  • Removed the “Theme Folder Name” field in the Child Theme Creator admin page to further simplify the Child Theme creation process.
  • Fixed bug where Google Fonts were not always displaying properly due to recent inclusion of “display=swap” URL code by Google.
  • Fixed bug where U-Control colors were displaying duplicate color pickers.
  • Fixed bug where Design and Custom Option admin iFrames were not displaying at 100% width by default.

Themer Pro 1.2.0:

  • Added the ability to change the Ace Editor font size.
  • Added the ability to open/edit files with .pot file extension.
  • Added the ability to “Remove Starter Pack functionality” on Child Theme creation.
  • Updated the integrated Genesis Sample Theme to version 3.1.0. This means that new Genesis DevKit Child Themes will be fully Gutenberg optimized, as well as include all the other goodies found in 3.1.0.
  • Updated both the SCSS and GULP versions of the integrated Genesis Child Theme to reflect the Genesis Sample 3.1.0 update.

Most notably, both Genesis DevKit and Themer Pro have been updated to now use the latest Genesis 3.1.0 Sample Theme when creating new Genesis Child Themes. This means that all of the new Genesis 3.1 features are made available to you when creating and customizing new Genesis Child Themes using these two Plugins!

Also note that, especially in Genesis DevKit, there were several bug fixes and refinements that make these Plugins even more effective in helping you create amazing Genesis websites!

Take Things Even Further The Genesis DEV Pack Bundle!

Please Note: If you already own any of the three Plugins included in the Genesis DEV Bundle then you can upgrade that Plugin to the Bundle through your “My Account” page, and you’ll only have to pay the difference in price.

That’s right, a new Plugin bundle is available and its focus is fully on the Genesis Framework. This bundle includes Genesis DevKit, Themer Pro, and Instant IDE, and all at a significantly lower price that if you were to buy all three Plugins separately! Considering the fact that all three of these Plugins work together so well, and that this trio of DEV tools ensures that no matter what the Genesis DEV task you will have the right tool for the job, I just couldn’t help but offer this powerful WP development solution.

And note that if you just want to try one of these Plugins and decide on the bundle later on, that works too! At any time you can easily upgrade to the Genesis DEV Pack bundle, only paying the difference in price.

Either way, be sure to check out the new Genesis DEV Pack!

Not Familiar With Genesis DevKit? Here’s An Updated Intro: