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Try replacing the code with the home middle code. You'll need to do this with the PHP only as long as you use the same classes
Thanks for your reply. Can you please provide me with more detailed instructions on how to do this? which PHP? and code?
Thanks in advance!
I haven't tried anything, because I don't know what is meant by:
"You’ll need to do this with the PHP only as long as you use the same classes"...
I'm not sure which part I should be editing... is it the style.css?
Which css code to I replace with what?
Sorry, I'm still learning.... thanks in advance for your help.
In the front-page.php file, replace the home-bottom code with the code for the home-middle.
No CSS edits are needed.
As a web designer, i suggest you install WordPress locally, load up the theme and modify the code in that file.
This is an excellent way to learn how SP themes work.
If i do your work for you, you won't learn a thing.
There's not much code you need to modify, just one class in the PHP which generates the widget.
'before' => '<div id="home-bottom" class="home-middle widget-area"><div class="wrap">',
So after I make the change in the PHP, do I then adjust the widget for HOME BOTTOM, to make is the same as HOME MIDDLE?
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