Discover the code needed to introduce a comment policy box in Genesis Framework child themes.
If you want to add a notice before the comments to invite users to follow some rules for participation, you can do it easily by using a Genesis filter.
Code snippet to insert a comment policy box
Add the following code fragment at the end of the functions.php file:
In the snippet above you have an example of the text you could include in the comment policy box, but I invite you to adapt it to your needs or the blog you are working on.
Also, you have the option to make some adjustments to the CSS level to make the box stand out:
Of course, you can add your own CSS customization so it integrates in a native way with the Genesis child theme you’re creating or using.
If you are interested in making other modifications in the Genesis Framework comment area, you can check out the rest of the tutorials. For example, do you want to change the title of the comments? You got it. 😉
As you can see, by adding a few simple lines of code you can enter a comment policy box into any Genesis child theme.
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