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How To Remove Menu Items From Footer?

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#1 tirediron



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Posted 21 October 2012 - 05:13 AM

With the help of the people here (Thanks!), I've made significant progress on my website, and have sorted out 99% of the "issues". One remains that's puzzling me. I've enabled a footcol in but all I want to appear in it is the "This website..." line at the bottom of the page

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but I DO NOT want the "John's Photography" title, "Pages" or menu items that appear above it. Can I remove everything but the copyright line, and if so, where?

#2 Danny


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Posted 21 October 2012 - 08:59 AM


What you can do is go to PageLines > Drag and Drop > Footer template and remove all the active sections. Then add either the Full Width Sidebar sections, once added go to Wordpress admin dashboard > Appearance > Widgets and in the Full Width Sidebar widget area, add a text widget.

To the Text Widget add your copyright information and then save. You may need to apply custom CSS, to position the text correctly.

#3 francojoint



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Posted 26 November 2012 - 09:13 PM

Hi @Danny you're so kind that I'd like to ask you something else: what if I want to change the text of those titles in the footer like "PAGES", "THE LATEST", "MORE" leaving the Footer Columns Sidebar? Thanks :)

#4 James B†

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Posted 26 November 2012 - 09:55 PM

Hi there, if you're adding the text/links manually using the full width sidebar then you can do this using html. Just paste the html (including the links) into a blank text widget and save.

You can find out more about using html to manually create links here

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