This will probably be a pretty basic question for someone but unfortunately it’s been a while since I worked with the Genesis Framework. I want to customize the layout of the index page for a site. The goal is that I want to restructure some of the HTML so that I can properly style the elements as I will need to do some absolute positioning.
The structure of the HTML would be similar to the following (forgive the classes, it’s just an example):
<div class="entry"> <h2>Title Here</h2> <p>The Content</p> </div> <div class="meta"> <ul> <li>Category</li> <li>Author</li> <li>Date</li> <li>Comments</li> </ul> </div>
Right now the structure as follows:
<div class="entry"> <ul> <li>Title</li> <li>Date</li> <li>Author</li> <li>Content</li> </ul> </div> <div class="entry-footer"> <ul> <li>Categories</li> </ul> </div>
I realized I could do this using the Genesis Simple Edits plugin to move the content into the post-meta class.
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