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Edit footer

08-03-2015, 03:39 AM
# 1 (permalink)
hatye1
Hi,
How do I edit the footer for this template? I guess there is a php-file or similar I can use, but where do I find it?
I do find the copyright info ok, it's just some color editing, some other text and text breaks that makes this footer way to large.

Are you sure your are posting in product assigned forum?: Yes

What is your CMS version?: Joomla 3.x

MySQL Version: 5.x

PHP version: 5.x

Link to installation: Locally installed

Have you edited any files? If yes tell us which ones.: No

Is this personal or client website?: Client
08-04-2015, 08:17 AM
# 2 (permalink)
arefund
Hello hatye1.
You can add the css changes inside your custom.css file and it will effect the footer.
Please notice that if you want to change or remove the copyright in the footer you have to purchase the branding removal first in order to edit it.
Kindness costs the least, but is worth the most!
01-13-2016, 11:26 AM
# 3 (permalink)
jp_novelli
Quote:
Originally Posted by arefund
Hello hatye1.
You can add the css changes inside your custom.css file and it will effect the footer.
Please notice that if you want to change or remove the copyright in the footer you have to purchase the branding removal first in order to edit it.
Hello,
When you say add css changes in custom.css, what do you use?
color: #37c5f3 |initial|inherit;

...and I have no custom.css in the template/eximium/css just custom_responsive.css.

Many thanks.

JPN
01-15-2016, 06:39 AM
# 4 (permalink)
arefund
You can add the css changes for the footer, you can use inspector tool to see the classes.
You have to activate your custom.css file.
http://yjsimplegrid.com/documentatio...-css-file.html
Kindness costs the least, but is worth the most!
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