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Need Some Help With a Wordpress Footer Please!!!

Discussion in 'Web Design' started by Mjordan, Dec 8, 2009.

  1. Mjordan

    Mjordan Power Member

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    Well I want a simple footer in wordpress but I do not know how to make one in PHP. If anybody could do this real fast I would be very thankful, I'm sure it won't take more than 2 minutes at the most.

    This is the footer of the Google Analyctics page. I want my Wordpress PHP footer pretty much exactly like that. Of course my links and stuff wouldn't be the same, but I have enough common sense with basic webdesign that I can change those. Thanks to anybody that does it! :eek:

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  2. webchick11

    webchick11 Newbie

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    What theme are you using? You will want to review two files associated with the theme:

    1) It depends upon what theme you are using, but you need to either revise the index.php or the footer.php. At the end of the index.php file (or footer.php) you should see something that that looks like <div id= "footer">. Take note of exactly what the name of the footer div is named.

    2) Open up the style.css file (or whatever css file is being called) and find the specific reference to the footer div. It should look like #footer and then have a few css commands after it. You will add:

    #footer a:link {color: #000000}
    #footer a: visited {color: whatever you want}
    #footer a: hover {put whatever parameters you want here}
    #footer a: active {put whatever here}

    Most of the action in a php based website takes place in the css file.
     
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  3. Mjordan

    Mjordan Power Member

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    It's the videoflick theme that I got from here. And it's in a footer.php file.

    I don't see how what you said will make that footer webchick?