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    Hello – please link me to a detailed resource that will show me how to paste a code below the header of your website, just before the closing </head> tag using GP.

    Also – on the “Prime” site, how can I edit the “Best Sellers” and “Sale” archives on the homepage to show a “Browse by category” section or even a “What’s hot” (IE: Change the phrasing of Best Sellers or have a hand-picked custom feed of “Staff Favourites”

    Last odd request (Then I promise to quit bothering you) – Can you please send me the snippet of code/icon you guys use to put the “Made <3 on Vancouver Island”? I want to use it on my GP website but change the location. Sorry for the dumb request! I’d really appreciate it!

    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    1. You can use a Hook Element:

    1. In Appearance > GeneratePress – enable the Elements module.
    2. Appearance > Elements > New –> Hook.
    3. Add your code to the text field.
    4. Select WP_Head from the Hook List.
    5. Increase the Priority to 100

    2. You can simply Edit the Home Page to change the content being displayed.
    To create different product lists you can use the built in Woocommerce shortcodes:

    3. This is Tom’s HTML:

    <div class="made-with-love">
        Made with <img src="full_url_to_the_image_of_yout heart" alt=""> on Vancouver Island

    And this CSS:

    .made-with-love {
    .made-with-love img {
        vertical-align: middle;
        max-width: 20px;
        margin:0 3px

    You’ll need an image of the red heart and add the URL to the HTML above.


    Hey thank you!

    I got the footer HTML/CSS placed.. but – I’m trying to get this set centred and full width, I CANNOT figure out how to get it not to stack like it is currently.

    Can you please help me out with this? I know it’s a dumb inquiry but it will really make a difference to me.


    Also.. I deactivated the copyright element and it will not disappear whatever I do. I can activate it, and erase it.. which kind of works.

    Seems off though.

    Customer Support

    You can just add the HTML i provided into the Copyright field – this will replace the default copyright notice and you need to make sure all of the text is within the <div> element.


    THANKS DAVID! Sorry to bother you with that

    Customer Support
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