Need help with Genesis (using Outreach child theme) – widgets, divs and disqus

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    paulietheboss
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    How do I edit the style of single widgets? I would like some widgets with a different style from others. On my homepage every widget has a white rounded background that I’d like removed on some widgets – Is this possible?

    How do I edit the homepage template to add elements outside of widgets, to add a div for instance? I would like to add a Nivoslider image slider, but I would like it to be part of the page template rather than entered via a widget. I have tried adding it with hooks but it didn’t work properly (for example if I added it as after content it would add a blank empty content area before the slider) – I’ve edited templates many times before in standard WordPress installations, but the way the genesis framework homepage template reads makes no sense to me! I also want to add a couple of other divs to the homepage with images.

    How do I get the Disqus comments system to show with the Genesis Framework? I have the plugin installed and it’s showing as enabled, but no comments are showing up on my site anywhere. I’ve had no problem with previous WordPress installations and Disqus.

    I tried emailing the developers but they just said to post it here :/

    Cheers!

    #6027

    paulietheboss
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    Anyone? :/

    #6160

    nickthegeek
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    Please share a link to your site.

    Which specific widgets are you trying to target?

    Have you seen my Genesis Explained series? It explains how hooks work.

    http://designsbynickthegeek.com/tag/genesis-explained

    Are comments enabled in the Genesis Theme Settings?

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