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That looks really good. You just showed me how far I have to go to make a really cool site. If you do not mind me asking what theme did you use?
I entered html into the functions.php and as far as I can see it will not work and I need to be placing it into the spot where the default footer is.
When I insert a html footer it is framed with a thick white border and will not and will not cross the whole page like the stock header and menu does.
How do I make a header go across the whole bottom of the page?
Thanks for the info. Not sure if I am quite up to speed the widgets and associated lingo.
When I modified add_theme_support from 1 to 3 I ended up with only 1 footer section in the widgets not 3. Not sure if this helped me or not.
What I was trying to to was add a complete footer widget like in the free oceanWP. In OceanWP I was able to add "footer widget" directly form the customize menu. This was great since I could add a logo, menu, social media and a title all on one footer with ease. At the moment it does not appear that I can create such a footer as a widget or other in studiopress without significant work if it can be done at all.
Is there a convenient way to make a compact footer with ease in studiopress?
I do like this theme but it seems pretty odd that a free theme ismore user friendly when it comes to making a nice compact footer.
No I simply dropped html into the Theme footer scripts as an experiment and it looked cool.
Putting a php function into the functions.php file appears to be a good option but at the moment I am thinking that completely deleting the footer and making a footer widget would be the best.
Not sure how to delete the footer or add a footer widget in this theme.
Ok, Cool you helped me to understand the proper way of working with WP and these themes.
FYI: I was able to make a transparent footer by putting html into the footer scripts. It was kind of a cool effect over a picture background.
Thanks for your patience and help.
I could be wrong, but at the moment I felt that I wanted to simply remove it and add any footer html to the Theme footer scripts.
Ok, Editing the functions.php will allow me to edit the footer but how do I completely remove this white strip that is left when there is no content in the function.
Thanks for the reply.
I removed the Simple Edits Plugin, edited the functions.php to include the "Customize the Site Footer" sniplet but I do not know where to begin.