Its very straightforward if you are experienced with editing theme files.
As it is a responsive theme, extra work on the css will be necessary to ensure the footer looks good at the different sizes.
Thank you @cubecolour,
I have had a go at this with a bit of success. I know it’s not right because it’s not working!
I have put my function.php and a bit of my footer.php on pastebin and would be grateful if someone could look at it and give me some pointers. Mostly, I have just done some cutting and pasting from the parent theme (The Bootstrap) and Twenty Eleven.
Any pointers would be great!
Maybe something like this will work? (untested)
I think that pushes me on quite a bit. I reckon I’m 85% of the way there.
Konstantin, could you explain how I can add content (widgetize) the footer?
Also, where should I be putting google analytics code in your theme?
In the pastebin link Konstantin put the code up to get the footer area widgetised.
I used that code in a child theme. So there’s a bit that goes in functions.php and a bit that goes in footer.php.
I’m not a coder so just use the time-honored principles of Cut n’ Paste and Trial and Error.
Hope you get it going – it worked for me here: https://neighbourgood.co.uk
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