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I would like to add Genesis Tabs to the content area of a page. How can I add the Genesis Tabs widget to the content area of a page? DO I need to make a custom page template (I hope not)?
Thanks for asking. I'm sorry I did not explain that. This request is actually for a site I haven't built yet.
Thanks again. I guess I assumed it would be difficult since I never tried to create one. I'll check it out and try. I appreciate the encouragement.
Check out this tutorial by Nick
I really appreciate your help. That does not look too frightening. I will definitely try that.
Check out David Decker's instruction on creating a Widgetized 404 page. You probably use this as a guide renaming 404 to whatever you want - http://genesisthemes.de/en/2011-08/tutorial-widgetized-404-error-page-in-genesis/.
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Thanks for the additional great advice.
SAS, another great example/source will be the AgentPress theme if you have the bundle. The home.php has a widgetized front page that on many clients I use tabbed widget on as a content area. The bottom left and bottom right widgets make up the home page content area and the homepage sidebar. I use the tabbed widget on the content (left home sidebar) all the time.
Joseph Lee, thanks for the good idea. I had not thought about customizing the AgentPress theme to suit my needs.
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