Eleven40 Pro New Widget areas on Home Page

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    PDXnative
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    I am trying to create 3 new widget areas in the main body on a static homepage for the Eleven40 Pro theme. I would like the widget areas to show recent posts, featured posts, and posts from a certain category. I have found code that worked with the non-pro version of this theme, but I cannot get it to work on the pro version. Does anyone know the proper code to use and where to place it to get this to work?

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    Marcy
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    If you have code that just needs to be converted to html5, then you will need to look at this page to see the comparison.

    http://www.studiopress.com/news/genesis-2-0-resources.htm

    You will want to look at #2 and #3
    2. Genesis HTML5 Markup Comparison
    3. Genesis HTML5 Loop Hooks

    This will show you how to convert your hooks and markup to html5.


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    braddalton
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    Try this http://wpsites.net/web-design/add-featured-widgets-inline-anywhere-in-genesis/

    It won’t work in the header but it will after the header or before thye content.


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    #65581

    Marcy
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    Thanks, Brad! Nice code! Well, all your code is great! :)

    PDXnative, One widget area with three widgets, as Brad posted, should word great! And Brad’s code is for HTML5, so no conversion needed.


    #65585

    PDXnative
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    I am wanting to go with a look similar to the front page on http://www.thecultureist.com. I think I would need to tweak Brad’s code (which looks really nice, BTW) to get that look. Any ideas on how to tweak it for that look and function?

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