Something like the email signup at the sample: http://genesisframework.com
I could use negative margins and the standard text box in the WordPress widget dashboard, but are there any better more "correct" ways to do this with the Genesis framework?
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For example the top right widget I`ve got on my site:
<div id="obog_signup_widget_sidebar" style="margin: -4rem;">...</div>
I`ve had to specify a negative margin to hide the other elements.
Looks ok fram what I see, but there`s probably a better way of doing it with genesis functions.
Did you want the widget after single posts?
If so, try this http://www.briangardner.com/email-newsletter-signup-box/
Or here's the same thing with different styling http://www.wpstuffs.com/add-newsletter-widget-below-content-genesis-child-themes/
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Thanks for the suggestion, but I want the widget in the sidebar. I guess what I`m trying to say is that I`m looking for a solution that will allow me to add custom widgets to the sidebar (without all the structural wrap around that adds padding etc...). I want to add custom css to that particular widget block if that makes sense.
I noticed the widget boxes were labeled with different IDs:
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