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Hi,
I have a little problem, i cant find the file witch control the footer on my page.
I though it was the same as the file footer.php witch was in the theme folder, but its not..
I changed it long time ago, but i cant find it now :O

Its the same file where it stands, something like, "this page is build with concrete5"

Is there any one who could help me finding that file,
Im usin Karma theme

- Thanks

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ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Reply
ronyDdeveloper
Check your themes folder instead of packages folder. There might have been a theme overrides done. Also try to clear your cache to make it sure that its not catching the old things.

Rony
benjaminovervad replied on at Permalink Reply
Hi my theme folder is completely empty =
ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Reply
ronyDdeveloper
Then it is the cache. Try to clear it.
benjaminovervad replied on at Permalink Reply
didnt change anything ?
ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Reply
ronyDdeveloper
If you want to edit your footer, just open the karma theme under the packages folder, then open the footer.php and edit it as required.
Then save it and upload. After that clear your cache & it will show up the changes.

Rony
benjaminovervad replied on at Permalink Reply 1 Attachment
Thanks, but, it still not right.. hmm,


The footer.php. looks like:

<?php    defined('C5_EXECUTE') or die("Access Denied."); ?>
   </div><div class="container">
   <footer>
      <div class="footer-line">
            <p class="pull-right"><a href="#"><i class="icon-arrow-up backtotop"></i> Tilbage til toppen</a></p>
            <p>©<?php   echo date('Y')?> <?php   echo SITE?>.<br />
         <span><a href="http://" target="_blank"> <?php   echo t('')?></a></span>  
            <?php        
            $u = new User();
            if ($u->isRegistered()) { ?>
               <?php         
               if (Config::get("ENABLE_USER_PROFILES")) {
                  $userName = '<a href="' . $this->url('/profile') . '">' . $u->getUserName() . '</a>';
               } else {
                  $userName = $u->getUserName();




And the footer looks like (attached file)
Its like i cant change some text in the footer.php
ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Reply
ronyDdeveloper
I cannot understand your exact requirement. Do you want to have an editable area into footer?

Rony
benjaminovervad replied on at Permalink Reply
As you can see at the image, there stands, "©2013 Kastanielund.com."
But not in the footer.php ? thats whats wirred me, how can i change that ?

I have to put in some thing in the footer,
like:

Kastanielund Brahesvej 14 5600 faaborg Telefon: (+45) 21823790 E-mail: [email protected] CVR-nummer: 35315896
ronyDdeveloper replied on at Permalink Reply
ronyDdeveloper
Well it is printed through php code. This is the line which show the text "©2013 Kastanielund.com."

<p>©<?php   echo date('Y')?> <?php   echo SITE?>.<br />


Here
<?php   echo date('Y')?>
prints the current year which is 2013 and
<?php   echo SITE?>
prints the site name that you have set into dashboard Site name Section.


Simply edit that file, its the original footer.php

Rony
DynamicFred replied on at Permalink Reply
DynamicFred
I've customized my footer and it looks exactly the way I like. However, since I've overwritten the theme's footer, when the theme gets upgraded my custom footer will get overwritten as well.

I've tried placing the custom footer.php in httpdocs/elements -- no luck

httpdocs/themes - again no luck

Copied all files from httpdocs/packages/name of current theme/ to httpdocs/themes/name of current theme/ - again no luck.

I've cleared both the browser and concrete5 caches each time.

Can you give me a hand as to where I can place my custom footer.php file so it gets loaded without being overwritten every time my theme gets upgraded.

BTW - I'm running v. 5.6.2.1

Thanks in advance
Fred