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  • Thread Starter sdatrny

    (@sdatrny)

    Thanks so much for your response. The theme was updated recently, and unfortunately I have not found a solution. None of the older ones seem to apply.

    In the past I was able to insert copied code (I’m a novice) in the function.php file that overrode it, but since the recent update that no longer seems to work.
    The code I was able to customize the footer with by inserting in the function.php file in the past was:

    add_filter(‘tc_credits_display’, ‘my_custom_credits’);
    function my_custom_credits(){
    $credits = ”;
    $newline_credits = ”;
    return ‘
    <div class=”span4 credits”>
    <p>· © YOUR SITE NAME GOES HERE · All Rights Reserved ·</p> </div>’;
    }

    In case it helps, the following code is in the footer.php file, which I suspect may have something to do with it, but I have been afraid to tinker with it. Any suggestions?

    do_action( ‘__before_footer’ ); ?>
    <!– FOOTER –>
    <footer id=”footer” class=”<?php echo czr_fn__f(‘tc_footer_classes’, ”) ?>”>
    <?php do_action( ‘__footer’ ); // hook of footer widget and colophon?>
    </footer>
    </div><!– //#tc-page-wrapper –>
    <?php
    do_action( ‘__after_page_wrap’ );
    wp_footer(); //do not remove, used by the theme and many plugins
    do_action( ‘__after_footer’ ); ?>
    </body>
    <?php do_action( ‘__after_body’ ); ?>
    </html>

    Many thanks

    • This reply was modified 4 years, 5 months ago by sdatrny.
    Thread Starter sdatrny

    (@sdatrny)

    Hi Brian,

    I tried the “Anyone claiming to be Google” option in the settings that you suggested. The Robot.txt test in Google Webmaster Tools seemed to be operating OK today, but the “Google Fetch” function results in a “Temporarily Unavailable” message. When I leave the “How to Treat Google” setting unchanged (full blown), the Fetch message yields “Unavailable” (without the “temporarily”). Both the Robot.txt test and Goggle Fetch work fine if I disable Wordfence.

    Thanks.

    Thread Starter sdatrny

    (@sdatrny)

    Hi,
    No, I am not, just Wordfence.

    After update began receiving error messages from Google it could not access my site– stating a problem accessing the Robot.txt file. After a lot of troubleshooting with my host, the problem was ultimately narrowed down to the Wordfence plugin. When it’s active, Google can’t access (checked with Google webmaster tools). As soon as I deactivate the plugin, all is well.

    Thread Starter sdatrny

    (@sdatrny)

    That was supposed to read “no interface…”

    Wow. Thanks for that site ElectricFeet! You are a treasure trove. I wasn’t aware you could check all the different browsers in one spot. I am having the same problem– circles not rendering, and featured photos are not clickable. And the IE version isn’t really that old– version 9 for Vista. Guess the website isn’t going to display well on a lot of computers out there.

    Thread Starter sdatrny

    (@sdatrny)

    Thanks very much ElectricFeet! I missed that–didn’t realize it was in the “Tips to style posts and pages” section. Much appreciated.

    Unfortunately, when I substitute the font type, I get some whacky sizing variations on my pages. I may just stick with the original style for now. Thanks again for all your help!

    You are awesome! Thanks so much! Really appreciate it.

    Hi ElectricFeet, and thanks very much for your response. Unfortunately, I cannot provide a link to my website just yet, as it is still unpublished. All I am trying to accomplish at this point, however, is change the dark-grey footer color.

    In a former post , if I understood correctly, you explained one can integrate HTML code for “Footer Areas 1, 2, and 3” by way of a text widget. I attempted to do this, but the code merely displayed in the dark-grey footer as it was typed and did not covert.

    I am certainly no HTML expert. It is entirely possible I used the wrong code (I found it online). If someone knows the proper HTML code that I can integrate into the text widget so that it will convert properly, or the CSS code I can use in the “custom css” field, that would be much appreciated.

    Thanks again for your help. 🙂

    Problem: when I enter HTML in the text widget within Footer Area One, it shows up “as is” — as html code– in the grey footer. I was able to overcome this for links to legal pages by converting the html to words. I am not able to change the color however. Any guidance? Thanks. I am a total noobe.

    This post resolved my “horizontal” menu issue. Can insert text hyperlinks to individual pages in the Footer:

    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/footer-area-letter-size?replies=6

    Thanks so much ElectricFeet. Been struggling with this like crazy. Huge help!

    OK – sorry- just realized what you meant by “footer widget one, two, three…” 🙂

    Still struggling with how to make menu go horizontal in footer.

    Hi there. I am a total novice– no CSS or HTML– and have been having a hell of a time trying to create a simple horizontal menu in the footer. I have tried numerous plugins, but none seem to work properly. I read your referenced post above, as I would also like to change the color, but cannot find the widget you are referring to– Footer one-two-three. Regarding the CSS code you provided, will that allow a horizontal layout if plugged into the custom CSS field? Thanks for your help.

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