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Don't Ignore Your WordPress Footer
November 04, 2008 @ 07:50:47

The NETTUTS.com site recommends that you don't ignore your WordPress footer and instead enhance it with some simple HTML and CSS.

Footers are often an overlooked aspect of designing a site - when they can actually be kinda handy and informative. In this tutorial we'll go through some options you can have for your WordPress site.

They take different bits of information - archived posts, the "about" message and some links - and arrange them in a sidebar sort of format. This is then styled to work more like a footer, moving it down to the bottom of the page and laid out horizontally. The complete code for the tutorial can be dropped easily into the wp-content folder (named "WPFooter").

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