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    Licia Florio
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    Hi,

    I’ve created my website (aarc-project.eu) using the evolve+ theme. The theme is nice but I’m a bit disappointed with the footer. I though that the premium version would give me more options for the footer and the pages, whereas it seems to add more features to the slides. The only way to add additional info seems to be via the widgets, at least that’s my take, which IMO do not look very nice.

    I’ve finally managed to create my own CSS (I’m sure it’s not according to the book but it does the job) for the things I’d like to show in the footer, but I cannot find a way to have the social links now in the header in the footer. I’d like to have the social links and the contact both in the footer.

    Also is there a way to change the colour to the footer? I’d like to to be darker.

    Any help would be appreciated.

    Thanks,
    Licia

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  • Roman
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    #17380 |

    For now the contact info and the social links can be implemented through the footer widgets area. To change the footer color you could use a Custom CSS:

    modify per your needs. We will add the custom color and background for the footer in the next update

    Licia Florio
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    #17390 |

    Thanks for your answer! Much appreciated. I may have found a way to ‘reproduce’ the widget code in the footer so I may use that. The reason why I don’t want to use the widget is that it looks like a patch attached and I don’t like it.

    Cheers,
    Licia

    Roman
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    #17392 |

    may I see the website with the current results?

    Carlos
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    #17736 |

    Can you share your solution for getting rid of the ugly looking boxes in the footer please? I completely agree with you, and think the footer boxes are the only thing that degrades this otherwise great theme. Thanks!

    Roman
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    #17752 |

    @ Carlos…if you wish to disabled the footer widgets you can do so in the Appearance -> Theme Options -> Number of widget cols in footer and select no column option

    Carlos
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    #17757 |

    @roman I know how to enable and disable the different widgets/columns in the footer. I need to use them, my problem is that I don’t want that goofy white box or border around the widget container in the footer. I just need the container to be transparent with no border. I’ve seen several comments here discussing how people do not like the way the footer looks with those containers.

    Roman
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    #17760 |

    globally it can be disabled in Theme Options -> Styling -> Disable Widget Background , but if you wish to disable it only for footer widgets, will need to use a Custom CSS, for example:

    Carlos
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    #17796 |

    Thanks so much Roman! Footer looks awesome now. One last question. I managed to change the footer font color but I’d like to have the titles in a different color (#ff9900). Can you please help?
    Here’s the standing footer which is so much better than with the weird boxes around the containers: http://www.caemarketing.com/

    Denzel Chia
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    #17797 |

    Hi,

    Sorry to interrupt.

    I assume the following screenshot is what you want to achieve.
    http://prntscr.com/7a9itn

    If this is what you want to achieve, Please kindly add the following codes in your Theme Options -> Custom CSS

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    Carlos
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    #17803 |

    Denzel, that is PERFECT! Thank you!

    Denzel Chia
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    #17806 |

    Hi Carlos,

    You are welcome!

    Thanks!

    David Ridge
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    #18178 |

    I am attempting to center my facebook “like” widget in the second footer of the evolve theme. http://livingwaterunity.org. Hmmmm… any ideas?

    Denzel Chia
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    #18184 |

    Hi,

    In Theme Options -> Custom CSS
    Please use the following codes.

    Thanks!
    Denzel

    David Ridge
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    #18210 |

    Yaay! Denzel! Thanks. Even solved a problem I didn’t know I had — at least I had not yet elevated it to a “problem” 🙂

    Greg Vaughan
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    #19632 |

    I’m chiming in here because I haven’t found an answer anywhere else in the forum.

    I want to know how to center a footer with text centered in the footer. In the footer appearance section, I’ve set the footer set to no columns (if that is what the first box with no columns means). I created a footer called BBBlack footer, which is intended to be the common footer for all site pages. In that widget, I loaded visual editor, where I entered and formatted text. The text is properly centered, but the box outline containing it is aligned on the left side of the page. Furthermore, that box doesn’t size enough to contain my text without wrapping. I’d like to fix that too.

    Also, If I set the footer to allow for three widget columns, where do those options appear. Can I enter the visual editor widget in the center of three columns? I don’t see where setting the columns makes any difference within the theme.

    You might say I have footer issues. Help will be greatly appreciated.

    Greg

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