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  • You can write it in one of your template files of your theme. In your case that would probably be footer.php.

    Thanks, but in footer.php it doesn’t work. When I write it in you only can read it on the Website. I tried it before </body>, between </body> and </html> and and after </html>. This ist my whole footer.php. Where exactly and how exactly do I have to write this text please? Thanks!

    <?php
    /**
    * Footer Template
    *
    * The footer template is generally used on every page of your site. Nearly all other
    * templates call it somewhere near the bottom of the file. It is used mostly as a closing
    * wrapper, which is opened with the header.php file. It also executes key functions needed
    * by the theme, child themes, and plugins.
    *
    * @package Origin
    * @subpackage Template
    */
    ?>
    <?php get_sidebar( ‘primary’ ); // Loads the sidebar-primary.php template. ?>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘close_main’ ); // origin_close_main ?>

    </div><!– #main –>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘after_main’ ); // origin_after_main ?>

    <?php get_sidebar( ‘subsidiary’ ); // Loads the sidebar-subsidiary.php template. ?>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘before_footer’ ); // origin_before_footer ?>

    <div id=”footer”>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘open_footer’ ); // origin_open_footer ?>

    <div class=”footer-content”>

    <?php echo apply_atomic_shortcode( ‘footer_content’, hybrid_get_setting( ‘footer_insert’ ) ); ?>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘footer’ ); // origin_footer ?>

    </div>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘close_footer’ ); // origin_close_footer ?>

    </div><!– #footer –>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘after_footer’ ); // origin_after_footer ?>

    </div><!– .wrap –>

    </div><!– #container –>

    <?php do_atomic( ‘close_body’ ); // origin_close_body ?>

    <?php wp_footer(); // wp_footer ?>

    </body>
    </html>

    For example:

    <div class="footer-content">
    
    <?php echo apply_atomic_shortcode( 'footer_content', hybrid_get_setting( 'footer_insert' ) ); ?>
    
    <?php
    if (function_exists('eeb_email')) {
        echo eeb_email('info@somedomain.com');
    }
    ?>
    
    <?php do_atomic( 'footer' ); // origin_footer ?>
    
    </div>

    Thanks, but when I do it like that the whole footer is not visible :(. It doesn’t work this way. Another solution?

    Just to be sure, the plugin is activated?

    Yes, it’s activated.

    Can I see it live?

    http://www.hochkant.info
    At the moment I don’t have my e-mail-adress in the footer because of this problem. Can you see enough without it?

    No I cannot.

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