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joaoreis

Hello! I need to put some php code into the footer of my template and i want that this code appear in all the pages. I would like to know where can i do this? Is it possible to do this via pagelines widget, sections etc? or do i have to put this code inside a specific php file?

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catrina

Since the code has PHP you need to add it to the section.php file for the footer. Please see this documentation for further instructions on how to edit the file properly: http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/How_to_Use_the_Base_Theme


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joaoreis

Ok! I hadn't seen this doc.

thank you!

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