Best place to enter in hellobar code

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  • #32418

    Ted
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    Where would be the best place to enter in the hellobar code so that everypage on my website will have this hellobar pops up?

    #32419

    braddalton
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    Header and footer scripts in Genesis > Theme Settings


    #32551

    Ted
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    Thanks Brad. Is it possible to use conditions on these codes in the header scripts to get it to appear for all categories except for one particular category that I don’t want this to come up? How do I do that if this is possible?

    #32592

    braddalton
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    Can you paste a link for the installation instructions provided by Digital Telepathy here please.

    Also, please see this thread http://www.studiopress.com/forums/topic/hello-bar-installation-child-theme/#post-32545


    #64203

    mborger
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    I’m going to reopen(?) this thread here because I’ve jumped back into HelloBar, this time installing their plugin. However, I soon realized a problem — I actually don’t want it showing up on every page, something I didn’t consider when I played with it back in April.

    So instead of the plugin, I now have the <script code that’s supposed to go before the closing </body tag but I’m not sure how to conditionally place it. I’d like it to appear basically everywhere that’s not a landing page (Premise), OR I would be content to place it on the home page and just posts in a certain category/tag. First option would be preferable.

    Any thoughts on how to do this? Thank you.

    #64221

    braddalton
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    #64251

    mborger
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    Thanks, Brad. But that posts mentions how to implement the utility bar sitewide, not conditionally.

    #64254

    braddalton
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    Simply add a conditional tag after the function.


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