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iBlog Pro 3 - Feature Page footer edits

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Hello, I would also like to know how to edit and/or remove the three custom boxes in the footer of the Feature page. (Looking for Something?/Visit Our Friends/Archives). I thought this would be under the Feature Setup page or Custom Fields on the Page Edit menu, but I have not found anything so far. Any advice or recommendations would be appreciated. Regards, Patrick

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sure: www.everyonesinvolved.com Thanks in advance

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woah cool colors.. Anyway, so you have default sidebars turned off? and you're running 3.5.1 correct? what does your 'widgets' page say? Andrew

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on the sidebars menu, Accordion, Drag & Drop Sidebars radio button is ticked I am running the latest version - received just a couple days ago On the widgets page: I've removed the widgets that were in Footer_left, middle and right - and now it's ok. Wondering where I edit the contained in each, though(?) i.e. If I wanted to change "a few highly recommended friends..." to Partners (or similar) where do I do that, please?

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I've tried and tried and still cannot get this to work. The three footers will not allow me to move any widgets into them. I thought it may be the browers but I've tried on both Firefox and Safari - neither work. I can move widgets into Drag-Down and Accordion, but not footer_left, footer_middle and footer_right. In fact, nothing shows in either of the three boxes, yet "Search - Visit Friends - Archive" shows on all the pages, just not in the Appearance > Widgets page. Please help.

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Weird. Have you tried reinstalling the theme or WordPress? Also clear your cookies and your browser cache.

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you have to do that in footer.php in themes (I am dutch so don't know the xact english word... and then the third option.. so then footer.php and search for the words you want to replace

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you edit what's in the 'footer sidebars' in the 'widgets' panel in WP. Or were you asking something else?

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Hi Patrick, There is a theme option to turn these 'on' or 'off'. Their content is controlled in the 'appearance' > widgets panel Hope this helps

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Hi Andrew, Sorry but I'm still stuck. I've looked at and clicked on every section in the Widgets section under Appearances, but I don't see any widgets when I click the drop-down arrows of each of the elements in the right-hand column. Like Blogger, I was kind of expecting to see something in the footer_left/middle /right boxes that I could drag out to turn off the Search/Blogroll/Archives in the footer of my Feature page, but those boxes are empty. Then I tried dragging "Archives" and "Search" from Available Widgets to Inactive Widgets, but they still appear on the homepage, even after refreshing. Sorry if I'm going about this all wrong. Any additional guidance would be greatly appreciated. Regards, Patrick

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Hey Patrick, Any widgets you drag into the "footer_left/middle/right" sidebars will replace the current ones. So to control their content just add your own widgets, whatever you'd like. To remove them completely, just uncheck the box in the options. Ap

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Thank you, Andrew. That did the trick.

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Patrick - I've tried pulling my "search" widget into the left and "links" into the middle in an effort to replicate what's found in the bottom three panels at http://www.pagelines.com/demos/iblogpro/ - so far without luck. (The left two simply don't show up) 1) Which search widget and links (blogroll) widget are you using? 2) If I drag in different widgets, some show up, i.e. Pages Can I trouble you for advice?

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Can you send a live link to your issue?

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