Support » Theme: OnePress » How do I create a 4 column footer menu using widgets?

  • beachsand14



    I really like the footer widget’s on Screenr. The only thing missing in OnePress is a 4 column footer widget, in my opinion. What plugin / code can I use to create the same footer widget in OnePress?


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  • congthien


    Hi @beachsand14,

    Unfortuantely we don’t support the footer widget in OnePress theme. That makes different thing OnePress and Screenr, if they are the same, perhaps we don’t sell the Screenr theme. LOL.

    however it is not hard, you can copy the footer.php to child theme, then add widget area by yourself.
    – Use this plugin to create unlimited widget area:
    – use this function to call widget in footer.php code :

    Hope it helps!

    Thread Starter beachsand14


    Cheers @congthien I’m trying it out as we speak!



    @beachsand14 : Good luck 🙂



    Hi there, I hope you don’t mind me butting in, but I’ve been having the same issues, and I’ve found a really simple plugin that works really well.

    Podamibe Simple Footer Widget Area

    It creates up to 4 widget columns that will add to your footer area.

    It’s linked to a piece of code <?php wp_footer(); ?> that will sit somewhere in the footer.php file.

    It will position the footer wherever this is in your footer code.

    You will have to disable the footer options (newsletter and social) in the customisation first.

    Then you can populate it with widgets.

    It’s pretty simple to use – which is great for me as I’m a very basic self taught WP website builder.

    Hope this helps.

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