The after entry widget area is an optional widget area for Genesis themes, which displays after your blog entries. You can use it for a newsletter signup form, a list of related posts or advertisements.
By default, the after entry widget area outputs after the close of the
<article class="entry"> (HTML5) markup element and after the author box (if you have selected to display an author box).
However, Genesis makes it easy to reposition the after entry widget area to better suit your design. For example, the Genesis theme below (Parallax Pro) moves the after entry widget area before the author box:
The function responsible for outputting the after entry widget area is
This function first checks that a singular Post is being displayed and that your theme has declared support for the after entry widget area. If both conditions pass, it outputs the widget area wrapped in a
<div class="after-entry widget-area"> markup element.
genesis_after_entry_widget_area is hooked to
Reposition the After Entry Widget Area
To reposition the after entry widget area, unhook
genesis_after_entry, and then re-hook it on a different hook and/or a different priority.
The code you’ll need to install is below. Just replace
another_hook with your desired hook. You can optionally include a third argument to control the priority.