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What controls the tag page layout in Genesis? I'm currently using the Layouts Extra plugin to display a sidebar-content layout. But I'd like more flexibility so that I can add an image with a block of introductory text before the matching articles are listed. My current arrangement would work for a handful of tag pages, but there are several dozen each with a different photo and introductory text.
I'm aiming for something like this: http://topics.nytimes.com/top/reference/timestopics/people/o/barack_obama/index.html?ref=topics
So, I can duplicate index.php, rename the duplicate tag.php, and WordPress will use that as my default layout? Currently index.php is simple a php block with a comment. I should be able to replace that comment with my own layout?
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