On the homepage of the site I’m working on, I’m using a grid loop that has 1 feature post and 6 post excerpts. How do I move the “Leave a Comment” link to the bottom of the feature post while keeping the rest of the post info (date & author) at the top of the post? I want this on the homepage only.
Is there a way to use a post info shortcode within a custom grid loop or should I use a filter?http://designerblogs-laurac.com/haleyc/
You’ll need to conditionally remove the comment link in the post info and use another hook using the old loop hooks. http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/post-info/
Thank you for your response. I’m still running into issues with this. I’m unable to get the comments link to appear at the bottom. It either appears directly below the date or not at all.
You’ll need to remove it from the post info using the Genesis Simple Edits plugin or code.
Normally you can’t use bott PHP and the plugin at the same time so if you have the plugin activated, the code may not work.
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