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[Resolved] Shift Footer Elements

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  • #147863
    Steve

    Hi Tom,

    I don’t know a ton of HTML, so I was wondering if you could help me rearrange some of the elements in my footer on GeneratePress.

    I really like his this site has their’s (http://oi59.tinypic.com/29qdxee.jpg), with the Copyright/Site name to the left and other elements like home, contact, advertise, etc., to the right.

    Is there an easy name where I can have these two different sections in my footer and still have them on the same line? What code is necessary for that?

    Thanks so much, Tom!

    #147869
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Steve,

    You could use the built-in grid system with our Copyright add-on.

    You would add this:

    <div class="grid-50">
        Your copyright message
    </div>
    <div class="grid-50">
        Your links in HTML
    </div>

    You can adjust the numbers to whatever you like (in increments of 5) as long as it adds up to 100.

    Let me know if you need more info 🙂

    #148009
    Steve

    That did split them apart successfully. Thanks, Tom.

    Is there anyway that I make the width of these two grids take up the full width of the content/sidebar area.

    In other words, have the left side be flush with where the body content is and have the right side be flush with there the sidebar ends on the right side.

    Right now, it doesn’t seem to be the full width of the site.

    If there’s something I need to do in an add on, let me know. I have GP Premium.

    Thanks, Tom! :]

    #148017
    bdbrown

    Hi Steve. If the footer layout is set to “contained” it should align with the content/sidebar. Can you post a link to your site so we can take a look? Thanks.

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