Footer Area Overview

ProPhoto creates a Footer Area where you can use Widgets to place unique content or even dynamic content for visitors to interact with.

Show/Hide the Footer Area

ProPhoto gives you control over where the Footer Area appears on your site. You can use check boxes in ProPhoto to set the page types where the Footer should be shown or hidden.  Check boxes in the page editor itself allow for page specific control.  You can also set the footer to show at the bottom of your pages, or have it stay fixed in the bottom of the browser window screen.

Click to learn about using these options in ProPhoto.

Adding Content

The ProPhoto Footer Area is filled with content from WordPress Widgets – learn more about them in this video:

Widgets are placed into one of 6 footer columns, which are laid out according to the diagram below.  If there are no widgets in a column, then the other columns will expand accordingly to fill that space.

Footer Schematic

Organize  your widgets to achieve lots of different layouts. Lots of different widgets are available – click to learn about some of the most commonly-used widgets.

Click to learn more about Footer Column and Widget spacing.

Background Color & Images

Use solid colors or background images behind your widgets for a contrasting look or a continuous look to go with the rest of your site design. You can even add a custom image or border below your Footer Area to achieve a unique look.

Click to learn more about Footer Backgrounds.
Click to learn more about Footer Bottom Cap Image.

Headings, Links, and Text Styling

Each widget you add to your Footer Area that includes an optional Heading or text/links will be styled based on the overall settings you setup in ProPhoto’s “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts” area. But if you would like a different style applied to your Footer Area content, you can use these ProPhoto settings to create a different look.

Click to learn more about Footer Widget Heading Style.
Click to learn more about Footer Widget Links & Text Style.

ProPhoto creates a Footer Area where you can use Widgets to place unique content or even dynamic content for visitors to interact with.

Show/Hide the Footer Area

ProPhoto gives you control over where the Footer Area appears on your site. You can use check boxes in ProPhoto to set the page types where the Footer should be shown or hidden.

Click to learn how to show/hide the Footer Area.

Adding Content

The ProPhoto Footer Area is filled with content from WordPress Widgets – learn more about them in this video:

Widgets are placed into one of 6 footer columns, which are laid out according to the diagram below.  If there are no widgets in a column, then the other columns will expand accordingly to fill that space.

Footer Schematic

Organize  your widgets to achieve lots of different layouts. Lots of different widgets are available – click to learn about some of the most commonly-used widgets.

Click to learn more about Footer Column and Widget spacing.

Background Color & Images

Use solid colors or background images behind your widgets for a contrasting look or a continuous look to go with the rest of your site design. You can even add a custom image or border below your Footer Area to achieve a unique look.

Click to learn more about Footer Backgrounds.
Click to learn more about Footer Bottom Cap Image.

Headings, Links, and Text Styling

Each widget you add to your Footer Area that includes an optional Heading or text/links will be styled based on the overall settings you setup in ProPhoto’s “ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts” area. But if you would like a different style applied to your Footer Area content, you can use these ProPhoto settings to create a different look.

Click to learn more about Footer Widget Heading Style.
Click to learn more about Footer Widget Links & Text Style.

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