Months ago, I published How to Create Genesis Widgetized Homepage using Extended Widget Options. Now, I’ll be setting you up on How to Style WordPress Footer Widgets on Genesis Websites using Extended Widget Options Plugin. Why footer? It’s because I always come across blog posts on how to style WordPress headers, and we somehow lose focus of footers which are great spots for encouraging users to engage on our website after reading the contents. They’re also great spots for lead generation since they’re the next sections of the website that users will see after happily reading your amazing blog post. How to Style WordPress Footer Widgets on Genesis Powered Websites This tutorial requires the plugin’s premium version. If you haven’t downloaded the plugin yet, go ahead and purchase the Extended Widget Options here. I’ve created a step by step video guide on how to create your eye-candy footer widgets, but first you’ll be needing to add the code below to your functions.php to enable the widget area. <?php //* Add support for one fullwidth footer widgets add_theme_support( 'genesis-footer-widgets', 1 ); ?> Then, add the code below to
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