Help: How to add another after post widget area?

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  • #98898

    josbarrios
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    Hello everyone. I would like to add another after post widget area in Minimun Pro, but I don’t know how…

    I have tried using the Simple Hooks plugin, but the plugin DON’T SHOW “genesis_after_post_content” into the settings and I don’t know why… It’s so frustrating…

    I alredy have a after post widget area for the Newsletter plugin, but the widget area have a black background and I want a brand new widget area BELOW the newsletter area. Any help?

    I would apreciatte a LOT your comments here.

    (Sorry if my english is bad… Am from Venezuela, hablo español :D )

    http://josuebarrios.com
    #99011

    braddalton
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    Something like this should work

    [php]
    genesis_after_post_content
    [/php]

    Is an old hook which only works on pre Genesis 2.0 themes running XHTML markup http://my.studiopress.com/docs/genesis-loop-hooks-comparison/


    #99038

    josbarrios
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    Hello Braddalton… Thanks for your help, but it doesn’t work. :/

    #99044

    genwrock
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    #99055

    braddalton
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    It doesn’t work in themes running the old XHTML markup

    I did link to the loop hook comparison chart you may have missed.

    http://my.studiopress.com/docs/genesis-loop-hooks-comparison/

    It only works on themes running HTML 5


    #99063

    josbarrios
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    Braddalton… I thought Minimum Pro is running HTML5…

    Genwrock… Thanks for your code, but look how it looks like…

    http://josuebarrios.com/la-saga-epica-de-dios-no-ha-terminado/

    How can I fix that?

    #99065

    genwrock
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    add the following CSS in your style.css file

    .entry-footer .sp-widget-area{background: none; margin: 0 padding: 0;}
    .entry-footer #newsletter input {  width: 38%; }
    .entry-footer .enews-widget input[type="submit"]{padding: 12px 15px; padding: 1.2rem 1.5rem}

    Hope that you will get a good shape now


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    #99073

    josbarrios
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    Hi genwrock. It doesn’t work as I want. I want the area widget with white background and separated of the newsletter area’s black…

    Thanks for your help.

    #99245

    braddalton
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    josbarrios

    The code has been tested on the Minimum Pro theme and works perfectly.


    #99248

    josbarrios
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    That’s weird… Mmm… I’ll try it again… Thanks a lot, Braddalton

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