So, I have been looking online for some help on the issue and, so far, have come up short..
I am trying to override functions such as genesis_seo_site_title in the header.php file within the structure folder.
I am assuming I need to modify it in the functions.php file of my child theme, but I am having no luck finding the appropriate code for it. Traditionally, I am used to just copying a file from a parent theme to the child theme and overriding whatever I need to. This appears not to work on Genesis as I have copied over lib/structure/header.php and attempted minor changes to the function (like changing the html output code of the function). No luck, it still pulls it from the parent header.php file.
Any help? I know it must be something rather obvious that I am just missing or else there would be far more documentation on the matter... Perhaps I missed something in the manuals?
Any help would be very much appreciated!
You can easily filter the genesis_seo_site_title using a custom function in your child themes to modify the default output.
Brad Dalton has written 1910 tutorials & 4000+ Code Snippets for Genesis & WordPress – Not For Hire.
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