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selectams

Hi, I am new to the online world so this may be a basic question. I am using Footer Left, Middle and Right - Morefoot elements in iblogpro 4. Is there a way/option to have different information in the left,middle and right footers on different pages. For example - on home page the footer info on left footer would be different to the contact us page. Look forward to reading your advice. Many Thanks Prasanna

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selectams

Hi Bryan, Thanks for your help. I am a non-techie and require a bit more guidance. I would like the footer text to be different on different pages. For example: if on home page the footer says x then on the contact us page - I would like the footer to say y. How do I do it with Widget Logic. Thanks Prasanna

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cmunns

I've never used Widget Logic, but this may end up requiring a bit of coding, maybe bryan can chime in later tonight when he comes back on the forum.

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section25

here's my experience based on Bryans suggestion install the plugin - then all widgets - including textbox widgets or whatever you put in the footer "sidebars" get a widget logic box - put in a seperate textbox widget for x and y visit the plugins support page and the wordpress codex for conditional tags to get some idea of how these conditional tags work - but dont panic you then just have to paste something like is_front_page() = my own home page into the widget logic box there'll be another way of referring to your contact page - is_contact_us - or something i dunno then x or y only appear on those pages sorry if you know this much already - another very basic thing that overlooked me was "what is my home page" which is selected in wordpress settings/reading ..Frontpage...display static page

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