Unable to use multiple Action Hooks simultaneously to add different graphics.

  • Mr North Jersey


    OK so here is my question.

    I enabled the graphene_header action hook in Header.php I then went to the widgets are and dragged a text box into it and added the following code that pointed to a graphic.

    Kid Patch

    I then in the child theme added the following CSS Code to place the graphic where I wanted.

    .graphene-dynamic-widget {

    padding: 6px;

    position: absolute;

    left: 790px;

    top: 0px;


    It worked fine but I ran into a problem when I tried to repeat the process this time though by enabling the graphene_nav_search Action hook in Header.php. The problem is that I don’t know how to add CSS code to control the placement of the image in the 2nd attempt because it seems .graphene-dynamic-widget is what would have to be edited via CSS code to control the placement of the 2nd graphic which of course would then mess up the placement I have for the 1st one.

    I read here https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/how-can-i-add-adsense-to-the-background-image-1#post-5040 where they used the CSS code .header-widget rather than .graphene-dynamic-widget but the only one that worked in allowing me to control the placement of the graphic was .graphene-dynamic-widget.

    Is there a way to use multiple Action Hooks where a custom CSS can be used if one wanted to place a different graphic for each one?

    Here is a link to my site.


    Thanks in advance for any help on this.


    Kenneth John Odle


    You need to target widgets by the unique ID that WordPress assigns to them. Try this tutorial to see how:


    Mr North Jersey


    Thanks again that tutorial did the trick. It was very helpful.

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