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  • #46399

    keithbloemendaal
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    Hi all,

    I am trying to add a disclosure statement to 2 specific categories (all posts within those categories) Using Lifestyle Child Theme.

    Site is located here: aconcordcarpenter.com

    Trying to add to the “Product Reviews” and “Tool Reviews” categories.

    Trying to add text box similar to an author box that I can style.

    Thanks in advance for your help!

    http://aconcordcarpenter.com
    #46419

    braddalton
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    Many ways to do this:

    1. Custom field
    2. Custom widget
    3. Hook in using text using custom function

    Same content for posts in each category?

    Width of the content area or full width?


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    #46420

    keithbloemendaal
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    I would rather use a custom function.

    Same content for all.

    Content width.

    Thanks for the response!

    #46423

    braddalton
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    Please copy this code from the view raw link and paste it at the end of your child themes functions.php file using a text editor.


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    #46430

    braddalton
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    Ok use this if you don’t want a widget.

    https://gist.github.com/5800851


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    #46436

    keithbloemendaal
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    That just broke the site….

    #46441

    braddalton
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    Which code snippet? I tested both and they worked on your theme.

    Where did you copy the code from and where did you paste it?

    Also, can you paste the error message here please.


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    #46442

    keithbloemendaal
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    I had the first one in and it worked, added second and it broke. I didn’t have new FTP info as site was just moved, waiting to hear back from client now.

    #46443

    braddalton
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    You don’t need both.

    The first is for a widget and the second does the same thing but without the widget.

    Please remove one of these 2 code snippets.


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    #49705

    keithbloemendaal
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    Ok, I am back to working on this. I have the code for the widget in there right now. I changed it to only show category ’70′ for testing, which is “Tool Reviews”. It still isn’t working.

    The widget is there, I added a text widget to it and put my disclosure in it.

    Are there other ways to do this?

    #49762

    braddalton
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    Hey Keith

    What version of Genesis are you using?

    Both code snippets work as i have tested them both locally.

    Try this hook guide to change the hooks for HTML 5 enabled child themes if needed http://www.briangardner.com/code/genesis-html5-loop-hooks/

    Try removing the apostrophes from the category i’d’s


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    #49770

    keithbloemendaal
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    Version: 1.9.2 · Released: April 10, 2013

    I will try both suggestions and get back to you.

    #49772

    keithbloemendaal
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    Removing apostrophes worked! Thanks!

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