Using Genesis as a basic theme

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    jodzeee
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    I was thinking of using the basic Genesis theme to start a website to get some sample pages in and play around with possible layouts, navigation, etc. before diving deeper into the design aspect. Basically using it for wireframes. Is there a How To and an XML file for getting Genesis to look like the demo like other themes have?

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    Anita
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    You can download the Sample Child Theme here – http://www.studiopress.com/free-themes/sample. You should modify the Framework itself. The file does contain an XML file that you can import to make it look like the demo.


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    jodzeee
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    Thank you!

    #17916

    Anita
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    Yikes! I meant to say you should *not* modify the Genesis Framework itself!


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    jodzeee
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    I knew what you meant, but thanks for the clarification for others who might see this post!

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