Setup a footer menu

This is for sites that want to use a footer menu but for this one you have to do this manually – which really works out to your advantage. The footer menu will load just under the main page content and on the dark page background. You can use this demo as a guide:

<a href="#">About Persistence</a>
<a href="#">Contact us</a>
<a href="#">Careers</a>
<a href="#">Developers</a>
<a href="#">Our blog</a>
<a href="#">Legal notices</a>

You have the option to use menu plugins, code your own into the footer.php file, use the widget method with your own menu code, or don’t even use this area at all. This is setup as standard links by default and is styled in the css which you can find at line 126 in the style.css file, should you decide to modify the styles.

For anyone not familiar with link placeholders “#” as you see in the sample above, that is an active link that doesn’t go anywhere. Simply change the # to your own url to each menu item you create.

By | 2010-09-25T01:29:48+00:00 September 25th, 2010|Blog|0 Comments

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