Editing Individual Pages in Wordpress Theme

What is the best way to make edits to individual pages? In this case I'm using the Customizr theme and on the home  page it has a "features" section followed by the "main content" section, I want to swap the order and put the main content first.

Upon using "Inspect Element", I can clearly see the container divs, but I'm not sure how to go about making the change.  

Any help would be much appreciated, Thanks.
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There is a plug in called widget controller, which might be able to help you.
deitercat2Author Commented:
I don't want to hide the widget, just re-order them. Will this plug-in do that?  I couldn't tell from the description.

I reordered some widgets on the home page for a client recently using this widget.
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Oh wait, I used this widget too, now I am not sure which was the one, probably this one:
We ended up redoing the website because of a business change, and turned it into a Drupal site so I can't look it up.
deitercat2Author Commented:
No problem, your response made me chuckle a little, That plug-in description looks very similar to the first one you suggested. Seems like a simple fix in the code, just simply move the one div above the other, but I'm not sure the best way to make changes like this to individual pages in Wordpress.
The features section of the theme is a widget, isn't it?
Jason C. LevineDon't talk to me.Commented:
Look in the theme folder (site.com/wp-content/themename/) for all of the template files for that particular theme.  One of them will be for the index page and contain a mix of HTML and PHP that generates the widgetized areas.  You should then be able to move things around there and/or in combination with the styles.css file.

However, if the contents of the page are all widgets, why not just drag and drop the widgets until the content is the way you want it?  Or are the containers all different sizes?

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deitercat2Author Commented:
While there are several responses that will do the trick here I felt that the  Jason1178 solution  was best suited to address my issue here.  Thank you for all of your help and time.

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