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can i pl-footer-underscore?

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dainiswmichel

hey ya'll, is that pl 2.0? i need a footer underscore (like you have here at pagelines.com) or a similar solution to put the typical copyright, disclaimer, etc. info. can ya let me know how to get that done? cheers, dainis

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Kate
Hi Dainis, You could add that using a text widget in the footer. Then, simply apply a "text-align:center" style to that div/widget. Make sense?

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dainiswmichel
hmm, which "footer?" here are the options i see: http://screencast.com/t/VWypzoZGp

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kastelic
Whichever one is active in your Footer template. Go to Template Setup -> Footer and see what you have active there. You could add another section to use at the very bottom , for example the Full-Width sidebar, if you are already using the Morefoot Sidebars or the Footer Sidebars. Once you have one of those sections at the bottom of that template you can add your text in a text widget to that widget area in Appearance -> Widgets.

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dainiswmichel
this may seem kind of silly, but it is not immediately obvious to me how to include the morefoot area on all pages and posts (on the whole site). the only thing i have in the morefoot area is the "full width" sidebar http://screencast.com/t/xieMZM3ZPi but it looks like i'd have to select each page template and text content area in this menu and add that morefoot area to each individually. http://screencast.com/t/E6bN44Py9rwo also, what about categories? and how would i set the site up so that the morefoot area with the full-width sidebar appears on all post, pages, categories, etc.? basically: how would i set the morefoot area as a appearing on the whole site?

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Danny
Hi Dainis, By default, anything that is placed in the More Foot section is displayed throughout the site. You can then choose to hide individual sections on posts/pages using the Pagelines Section Control when creating/editing a post/page.

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dainiswmichel
well there it is isn't it? :-) how would i style it separately, cuz i have a background that is too narrow for the full width of the site? '.textwidget { background-image: url("http://sanmiguel.taoofyouth.com/wp-content/uploads/2011/11/orb-background-for-sidebar.jpg"); padding: 5px 2px; }' is too narrow for the 960px width format, and the background in the footer repeats in an 80's groovy website way. (ok, 90's, but feels like the 80's LOL) see sidebar in action: http://sanmiguel.taoofyouth.com/ http://sanmiguel.taoofyouth.com/learn-more/ i guess i could guess and put the text into a div and see what happens, butcha know? i'd rather ask the experts than "dink." tipping my hat, dainis

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Danny
Hi Dainis, First of all your CSS .textwidget will be used to all text widgets you use on your site, therefore I suggest you add this so that the styling you apply is unique. [code]#text-4 .textwidget[/code] As for your image, the choice is up to you, if you prefer the 80's groovy look then keep it. If you'd prefer to not visit the 80's again then I would suggest you create a new image, one that is either non-groovy looking when it's repeated or one that matches your sites width. Regarding the copyright text, simply input your text, then as Kate suggested use the text-align: center. So it would look something like this: [code] #text-4 .textwidget { text-align: center; } [/code]

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dainiswmichel
huh, the sidebars are list items? just firebugged it and i see #text-4 now. ok, kinda don't have mah brainz around that yet, but it woiks!

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Danny
Happy to help Dainis!

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