Copyright footer options

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto" > "Customize" > "Sidebars & Footer" > "Footer area"

By default, ProPhoto will use your blog’s title from your “Settings” > “General” WordPress area and insert this text as your copyright text. If you want to use something different than your blog title, you can enter it in this area.

Text Styling

The copyright text seen at the very end of your site is styled with the ‘overall’ font settings found under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts”.  You can change the color/style settings there to get the look you need for that text. The font size defaults to 11px so this text is not too obtrusive. The sizing can only be changed with Custom CSS or inline styling.

Now, if these ‘overall’ settings affect the text in other areas of your site in ways you do not want, you are also free to override specific font styling for certain areas.  For example, the ‘content’ text style of your Pages/Posts can be overridden under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Content Appearance” > “Text & Images”.

Adding HTML

This area will also receive content in HTML format if you want to paste custom links or apply some other inline styling.

Copyright HTML

How do I manual type a copyright symbol?

  • Mac = Option + G
  • Control + Alt + C or Alt + 0169

How do I change the background image for this area?

The background image for the copyright footer comes from the content area background image or color set in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Content Appearance” > “Background”. Any changes to only the background of the copyright footer would need to be applied via Custom CSS or via the special upload area here:

“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Extra background images”

When you upload an image, you’ll need to add this CSS Selector:

#copyright-footer

Then, simply set the repeat, position, and other details there.


This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"ProPhoto 4" > "Customize" > "Sidebars & Footer" > "Footer area"

By default, ProPhoto will use your blog’s title from your “Settings” > “General” WordPress area and insert this text as your copyright text. If you want to use something different than your blog title, you can enter it in this area.

Text Styling

The copyright text seen at the very end of your site is styled with the ‘overall’ font settings found under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts”.  You can change the color/style settings there to get the look you need for that text. The font size defaults to 11px so this text is not too obtrusive. The sizing can only be changed with Custom CSS or inline styling.

Now, if these ‘overall’ settings affect the text in other areas of your site in ways you do not want, you are also free to override specific font styling for certain areas.  For example, the ‘content’ text style of your Pages/Posts can be overridden under “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Content Appearance” > “Text & Images”.

Adding HTML

This area will also receive content in HTML format if you want to paste custom links or apply some other inline styling.

Copyright HTML

How do I manual type a copyright symbol?

  • Mac = Option + G
  • Control + Alt + C or Alt + 0169

How do I change the background image for this area?

The background image for the copyright footer comes from the content area background image or color set in “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Content Appearance” > “Background”. Any changes to only the background of the copyright footer would need to be applied via Custom CSS or via the special upload area here:

“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Advanced” > “Extra background images”

When you upload an image, you’ll need to add this CSS Selector:

#copyright-footer

Then, simply set the repeat, position, and other details there.

This particular option can be found by logging into your site's admin area and going to:
"Appearance" > "P3 Customize" > "Footer"

The default behavior of the ProPhoto theme is to grab your blog’s title from your “Settings” > “General” area and insert that as your copyright text. If you want to use something different than your blog title, you can enter it here.

 

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