Sixteen Nine Pro After Post Widget Not Working

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  • #59714

    Jose
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    Hi, just installed Sixteen Nine Pro on one of our sites http://www.drpaulose.com/

    Despite having the following code: http://jpm.cc/qSq7

    I can’t seem to get the post widget to display after the post (yes, I placed some text/advertisement to test)

    http://www.drpaulose.com
    #59814

    braddalton
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    Any reason you’re not using the default after post widget included in the theme?


    #59815

    braddalton
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    Any reason you’re not using the default after post widget included in the theme?

    What you can do is use content columns HTML in your after posts widget rather than the code you have added yourself.

    Another option is to create 2 widget areas side by side using the genesis_after_entry hook.

    Clearly, the content columns HTML which has been written for Genesis is the easiest solution. The CSS for content columns is already included in SP themes so you simply paste the HTML into a text widget.


    #59839

    Jose
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    Well, I wanted to create two separate widgets, one for adsense and another for YARPP (related posts, because it needs to be hard coded… there’s no javascript for the text widget)

    #59889

    Sridhar Katakam
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    It is possible to have both YARPP and your adsense text widgets in the same After Entry sidebar (one below the other in backend) and use CSS to float YARPP widget to left and the adsense widget to the right.

    Ex.:

    Widgets” />

    screenshot

    CSS used:

    .after-entry {
        float: left;
        text-align: left;
    }
    
    .after-entry .widget.widget_yarpp_widget {
        float: left;
        margin-right: 3rem;
    }
    
    .after-entry .widget.widget_text {
        float: right;
    }

    #59907

    Jose
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    Hi Sridhar,

    That’s currently what I’m doing… only partly. Let me try your code… question is whether it will align correctly in mobile as a responsive mode.

    I noticed hooks in genesis 2.0 is different from previously… what do we do to align before title instead of after-entry.

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