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  • Resolved dukeboxer

    (@dukeboxer)


    My webpage has the following content added to the bottom of my webpages. They seem to be added by WordPress by default. I can’t seem to locate where to edit this. How can I manipulate this content? Is there a section in the wizard that I’m missing?

    © 2012 American English Consultancy (AEC) Website ↑ Responsive Theme powered by WordPres

    This is my website: http://www.aecajarn.com

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  • Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    This is located in footer.php you can easily remove if needed.
    Just please make sure that this is done in Child Theme form.

    Thanks,
    Emil

    OK, thanks. I’ve create the Child Theme but, the footer.php template is now missing. The only thing I can see now is the style.css template. I can also see “Select theme to edit:” on the top right. When I select the drop down, I can choose “Responsive” and all the templates appear. Do I edit here? Does choosing “Responsive” take me out of the Child Theme?

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    Correct, so what we need is to copy footer.php to your Child Theme and modify from there 🙂

    Emil

    I don’t know if this is correct but, do I have to add and empty directory or style sheet through my file management, then copy into it the template I want to edit/modify?

    OK. I figured it out. I copied the data from the footer.php template into TexEdit, saved the file as plain text, footer.php and uploaded it to my site’s file manager. After that, I refreshed the Child Theme dashboard and it was viewable in Appearance>Editor. Was this correct?

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    That would be it 🙂

    Emil

    OK. Thanks. I’ve located the text in the footer.php file but, I’m not sure about changing it. Do I just replace the current text with text I want to display?

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    Text and links if needed 🙂

    Emil

    Hi Emil,
    I used the following to change the footer text and font color. Everything looks good. The footer text is changed, now white in color and on the left side. How do I add more text to the right of the footer (when editing, I think I deleted that code)? Do I just duplicate the code I used for the left side? This is my website: http://www.aecajarn.com

    Footer Text:
    <div class=”grid col-300 fit powered”>AEC Website Designed by Christopher Lampert & Shawn Meurett</div>

    Footer Color:
    #footer a {
    color: white;
    }

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    One will be under the copyright and all three columns are the same, so yes please 🙂

    OK, great. I understand it now. Thanks for all the help.

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    No problem 🙂

    Emil

    Final footer problem. How can I align all the text? It all seems to be out of whack.

    Emil Uzelac

    (@emiluzelac)

    Theme Review Admin

    Hi,

    By looking at the footer layout, I noticed several col-300 fit, that can cause the issue.

    This is an example how 3 columns grid work:

    <div class="grid col-300">
      Left Column
      New text
    </div>
    
    <div class="grid col-300">
      Middle Column
      More here too
    </div>
    
    <div class="grid col-300 fit">
      Right Column
      And here as well
    </div>

    If you want to add additional text, please just do that under current columns, instead of creating new ones.

    Thanks,
    Emil

    So, like this?

    <div class=”grid col-300″>Website Designed by AEC IT</div>

    <div class=”grid col-300″>Privacy Policy</div>

    <div class=”grid col-300″>Terms of Service</div>

    <div class=”grid col-300 fit”>Contact Us</div>

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