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EcoPro: Adding links to the More section in the footer

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I was able to add more links to the Stay in Touch section of my footer: www.putumayotours.com. I have removed the welcome message and want to replace it with About, Contact, Terms & Conditions and other links. How can I do that? Thanks!

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If you want to do it without disturbing the other content in the footer, then you'll have to edit the template files and create another menu location. I'd first edit the footer.php so that the code where "more" is, has the same code as the section above it but with a diff name: `<?php wp_nav_menu( array( 'container_class' => '', 'container' => null, 'menu_class' => 'footer_nav','theme_location' => 'footer_more' ) ); ?>` Then in config_sidebars.php add this: `'footer_more' => __( 'Footer More Links', TDOMAIN ),` to the pagelines_register_menus function

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Adam: I'm using EcoPro 1.1.4. I doesn't appear to be the same coding. Can you advice me on that? Thanks!

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You should be able to upgrade to the newest version of EcoPro via your LaunchPad account. Thanks, Bryan

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I really prefer not to upgrade since the new version has some issues with the footer and also adds a home page which i don't need

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Okay, you'll need to hold tight then, maybe the developers can look back into the old code to apply the solution. Go ahead and bump this topic for them to see, the later you bump it the better... they'll be back in the morning. Thanks, Bryan

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Bryan: I was able to make it work the way I want it. I see that there is some CSS that I need to change to be able to add an underline at rollover. Do you know what he CSS custom code might be? I would like all footer links to have underlines at rollover www.putumayotours.com Thanks! Daniel

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If you are looking to underline your links. Generally speaking the CSS will look like this: `a:hover {text-decoration:underline;}` but in order for this to effect all links you may have to find every instance of the a:hover where selectors precede it.

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