Add that code to the Custom box and let’s see if it works. On the Prose 1.5 announcement it states “we also created a Custom Code page, which is where custom CSS and custom functions can be placed. “
I actually tried the code there before I put it in init.php and the widget didn’t even show up, but I tried again as we’ve tweaked the code. Removed it from init.php and moved to the functions box of Custom Code area. The widget is gone again from the Widgets page.
Let me send out a tweet on this. Put it back in the init.php so it shows up.
Done. It’s back on the widget list.
Anita’s work is spot-on, but it seem you still have a problem. The code from Brad will work (I’ve used it before for a slider) and it works as you’ve modified it in a cut-and-paste test on a local install to setup your desired widget.
There must be some small conflict being overlooked.
I’ve screen-capped my result with Genesis action hooks showing if it helps:
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