A footer is the bottom-most section of a webpage. It usually contains such information as a copyright notice, contacts, social media icons, maps, links to ToS, FAQ, privacy policy, refund policy, and the like.

You can add a footer to a single page, to all pages, or to several specific pages of your website.

Learn how to:

Add a footer

1. Within the editor, scroll down to the bottom of your website. Keep your cursor in between two sections and click on Add section.

2. From the menu on the left, select Footer and choose any footer template you like.

3. You can either insert a footer section to a particular page or add it to all pages at once. It's recommended to select the Add to all pages option. This way, the footer is pinned to the bottom of your website, and you can hide it from particular pages manually. Otherwise, if you select Add only to this page, the footer will not necessarily be inserted at the bottom of the page. If you don't scroll to the bottom of the page, the footer section will be inserted below, as a regular section. Therefore, you may need to move the section to the very bottom manually.

Note: The footer is currently the only section that can be pinned to all the website pages. If you're struggling to add a footer, check if it isn't already added there on the page.

Hide the footer on specific pages

If a single footer is pinned to all pages, you can hide it on some particular pages. Simply click on the footer section, open the footer settings, and select Hide on this page.

Edit the footer

To edit the footer, edit each element individually. For example, if you want to change text, click on a text element and select Edit text. If you add the footer to all pages, the changes made on a particular page automatically reflect on other pages, too.

To toggle section padding or background, click on the footer and open its settings.

Remember that you can add any elements to your footer!

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