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Tagged: Simple Hooks
HI, I've installed Simple Hooks so I can put a call to action in straight after every post.
How can I prevent the hook from showing on pages?
How can I get a hook to appear before the WordPress related posts area?
I also notice it appears after every excerpt on the blog page!
My Genesis Theme (Epik) doesn't have an after post widget (at least, I can't see one in the widget page), which is why I turned to the Simple Hooks.
I will keep working on a solution. It would be ideal if the Simple Hooks could do it as its an otherwise very useful plugin.
Genesis already includes an after post widget i linked to above.
My apologies, I wasn't paying enough attention. I looked at the link, thought, "That's not a plugin", went to my widget dashboard, couldn't see such a widget there......
Thanks for the code. I will use it..... but, the Hook plugin does not have an "after_post_content hook" that's mentioned inthe link you gave me.
Its only 1 small line of PHP so no need for the simple hooks plugin.
OK, gotcha. It goes in my fucntions.php adn the widget should then appear. Thanks Brad.
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