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Please clarify which comments link text you are referring to.
Hello. The one above the post. i also want to change "FILED UNDER:" before the category.
1. You need to filter the post_comments shortcode using the genesis_post_comments_shortcode filter
2. Also, you need to filter the post_categories shortcode using the genesis_post_categories_shortcode filter
Both modifications should be done in your child themes functions file.
You can see the default code in genesis > lib > shortcodes post.php
Hello - and thank´s. But this is to little information for me to fix this.
Is there a tutorial?
I don´ know how to "filter" (I am not understanding english that well).
I have not been working with shortcodes either....
I haven't seen any existing tutorials for this so the code would need to be written and tested unless you can find code which uses those 2 filter hooks.
Can you explain the word "filter"? Is it to take away the shortcodes from the code if I´ll find them?
Anna *feeling stupid*
Filter means modify and filter functions require fairly advanced knowledge of writing PHP code.
I suggest you try and find a working example of code which uses the filter hooks i mentioned.
I searched but did not find any which you can use as a guide to modify the default output of both shortcodes.
Basically a filter function enables you to modify the default output which can be seen in genesis > lib > shortcodes post.php
Can you recommend a plug in for the php-code? Or do I have to experiment in the original files?
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