Headway Easy Hooks: Adding A Post Separator/Divider

Sample vintage post dividers from DepositPhotos
One of the sweet things about Headway is that it lets you add more functionality to your site through nifty codes without actually messing around with the template files. It’s a nightmare for most bloggers, when they are asked to edit PHP, CSS or HTML. Well, with Headway you can keep your hands off of them.

So how do you go about doing it? You use Easy Hooks. It’s my second favorite Headway feature, next to the swoon-worthy Live CSS Editor. It’s so easy to use, in fact, that this introduction is longer than the actual tutorial, which, in case you already forgot, is about adding a post separator (some call it post divider) at the end of each post. Really.

  1. Make your own post separator image. Make sure its width is the same as (or less than) the width of your post area.
  2. Navigate to Headway ? Easy Hooks on your WordPress dashboard.
  3. Copy and paste the below code to the After Featured /Single Post Content hook, as well as the After Excerpt Content hook:
    [html]

    [/html]

There’s no step four, so don’t look for it. Hee hee. Just make sure you save your changes.

5 Responses

      1. Yup, I modified a free theme to accommodate what I want. Hirap lang mag-edit sa netbook kaya hindi ko pa maayos, hindi makasingit sa malaking laptop. Pero konti pa lang alam ko sa codes kaya hanggang modify pa lang for now. πŸ˜€

  1. Hey!
    I purchased Headway a couple months ago and apparently the “Easy Hooks” are not in the 3.1.2 version that I have.
    Any idea how I can add a post separator in the new version?
    I’ve looked everywhere for how to do this and I haven’t been able to find answers πŸ™
    -Kristin

  2. I have version 3.2 of Headway, and I don’t have easy hooks from the WP admin either. This theme has such great potential but every time they fix one bug they create another. Why should I have to spend my time trying to hack together 2 versions of Headway to have a complete product.

    Headway is the red headed stepchild of WP framework themes, lol.

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