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Inserting content above post title

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  • #16622
    dklahre
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    I’d like to place an advertisement above each post title. I’m not afraid of going into the code to do this but am hoping there is an easier way. Don’t know if this matters but I am using the child of the theme.

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  • #16623
    dklahre
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    My goal is to place the ad above and OUTSIDE the box that contains the title, image and text. Here is a good model that I’d like to emulate

    http://bigfishvideos.com/blog-big-sharks.html

    As you can see, the content on the right of the post is pushed down as far as the main content on the left.

    #16626
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    For non-coding solution, you have the various widget area locations the theme gives you from Appearance > Widgets. So you can utilize these available widget areas for ad space.

    If you’re looking to have these only applied to certain pages of your site, you can control this through Appearance > Widget Areas when you have the Theme Blvd Widget Areas plugin installed. For example, you could create a custom widget area for the “Ads Above Content” location, and apply it to all posts. See the “Widget Areas” video tutorial series of your documentation for more information on this subject.

    For a coding solution, you can use what are called action hooks from your child theme’s functions.php. If you’re familiar with basic PHP and HTML, this will give you more flexibility in where you can actually output content throughout your site.

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/actions/

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/primary-framework-action-hooks/

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