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Is there a way to utilize the Featured Page Widget, but specify the text and graphic it displays? I know I could drop a Text Widget in the space, but I like the button the Featured Page creates.
Alternatively, is there a way to use a Text widget and include that same style of button?
I need to solve this issue before activating the theme...
Hi Ozzy, Your post didn't have any HTML coding in it and/or the link didn't take me anywhere. Would you mind re-posting?
Hello mbeck, this is a bit of a shameless plug, but I just launched a plugin that I believe does what you are looking for. I have used the default Genesis - Featured Page widget quite a bit myself, but sometimes it is nice to specify your own custom image and custom content. More information on my plugin, Genesis Featured Page Advanced is available here http://wordpress.org/plugins/genesis-featured-page-advanced/. I hope this helps...
Thanks, Nick. Looks like a useful plugin!
My question pertained to getting that nice button into a text widget, but I figured it out already.
I've downloaded your plugin to check it out.
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