WordPress 3.6 has been released and downloaded 3.5 Million times in around 4 weeks. And as predicted Genesis 2.0 quickly followed. So I’m going to feature some of the content from around the web about how Genesis 2.0 has been implemented, and its many new features:
The first new feature that will catch your eye is the default Genesis design. It has been completely revamped to run even better as a stand-alone theme for your site, if you wish to use it that way.
But the improvements in Genesis 2.0 are far more than just cosmetic. And the two most prominent and empowering under-the-hood changes being Genesis 2.0′s support for HTML5 and schema.org markup.