The footer area is displayed at the bottom of every page. It contains site-wide components like the footer icons, bottom utility menu and copyright information.
The footer icons appear in the top left of the footer. They are designed to act as links to external sites, such as Facebook and Twitter, or to an RSS feed.
Multiple icons (the social media images in the screenshot above) can be output in the footer using the media asset picker in the subsite configuration. These media items use the image media type.
Optional footer logos appear stacked beneath the footer icons. Each logo can be configured to act as a link in the same way as standard images can have links embedded in them.
Multiple logos (the GOSS logo in the screenshot above) can be output in the footer by using the media asset picker in the subsite configuration. These media items use the image media type.
Bottom Utility Menu
The bottom utility menu is used to hold links to important pages on the site. The items displayed in this menu are links to the child articles of the article selected in the "Bottom utilities article" picker in the subsite configuration. The bottom utility article is normally turned off so that it doesn't appear in the site navigation and breadcrumb.
The site's copyright information will begin with the copyright symbol, ©, followed by the current year and the site's name.
The current year is supplied by the web server and the <Subsite title> comes from the text in the "Title" field of the subsite configuration.
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Below the copyright information is a link to the GOSS Interactive website. It is not content managed.