Support » Theme: Hemingway » custom footer.php – responsive menu doesn't workanymore

  • Resolved amnesia-HOS

    (@amnesia-hos)


    Hello,

    I’m using your great theme and ran into some issue with a custom footer.php file.

    I wanted to add a link to some kind of “legal notice” in the footer (we have to do this in Germany). But when I add this file into my childthemes rootfolder my mobile menu won’t work anymore:

    <div class="credits section bg-dark no-padding">
    
    		<div class="credits-inner section-inner">
    
    			<p class="credits-left">
    
    				&copy; <?php echo date("Y") ?> <a href="<?php echo home_url(); ?>" title="<?php bloginfo('name'); ?>"><?php bloginfo('name'); ?></a>
    				<span><?php printf( __( '| <a href="%s">Impressum</a>', 'hemingway'), 'http://kaminholz.schroeck-systems.de/wordpress/impressum/' ); ?></span>
    			</p>
    
    			<p class="credits-right">
    
    				<span><?php printf( __( 'Theme by <a href="%s">Anders Noren</a>', 'hemingway'), 'http://www.andersnoren.se' ); ?></span> &mdash; <a title="<?php _e('To the top', 'hemingway'); ?>" class="tothetop"><?php _e('Up', 'hemingway' ); ?> &uarr;</a>
    
    			</p>
    
    			<div class="clear"></div>
    
    		</div> <!-- /credits-inner -->
    
    	</div>

    My site is: kaminholz.schroeck-systems.de/wordpress

    Thank you very much!

    Regards amnesia

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  • Hello,

    we can close this topic. I made the mistake, that I just copied the lines above in a new footer.php in my child theme.
    It works now, after I took the original footer.php file and just changed the lines for credits-left.

    Sometimes it can be that easy 😉

    I’m struggling to insert a custom logo in my footer.php and have it display correctly.

    It then occurred to me that the custom-header.php was necessary for the proper implementation of a custom header (kind of WP that the page and code was there for me to use or did WP write after I put the image in the header in Dashboard/Appearance/Customize?).

    So, I’m left wondering if I need a custom-footer.php file and PHP code to get that one little graphic where I want it.

    As you can surmise, I’m a noobie at WP and PHP.

    Any help will go in your good deeds done file and be greatly appreciated by me.

    TIA,
    Dave

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