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A website footer is found at the bottom of your site pages. It typically includes important information such as a copyright notice, a disclaimer, or a few links to relevant resources.
Go to Insert > Header or Footer. Choose from a list of standard headers or footers, go to the list of Header or Footer options, and select the header or footer that you want. ... When you're done, select Close Header and Footer or press Esc.
Type in your name, keyword, the title of your paper, or whatever it is that is required of your paper's footer with backslashes in between them. To insert a page number into your footer, type the word Page into the text of the footer.
Keep the Design Simple. Link to Your Information. Include Basic Contact Information. Organize Footer Links. Include a Copyright Notice. Include a Call to Action. Use Graphic Elements. Be Aware of Contrast and Readability.
A header is the top margin of each page, and a footer is the bottom margin of each page. Headers and footers are useful for including material that you want to appear on every page of a document such as your name, the title of the document, or page numbers.
authorship information. copyright information. contact information. sitemap. back to top links. related documents.
For example, you can place a footer inside the
tag to store information related to the article (links, footnotes, etc.). The tag can contain other HTML elements, except for the
tags. The
has recently become a part of HTML5 specification.
Hi Ryan, The tag is generally reserved for visible content on the page whereas tag is used for metadata attributes (like title, fonts, styles...). Since the footer is a visible piece of your site, it should go within the body.
element is used to identify content that precedes the primary content of the web page and often contains website branding, navigation elements, search forms, and similar content that is duplicated across all or most pages of a website.
Like a document footer, a Web page footer contains information listed at the bottom of the page. The footer is also treated as its own section of the Web page, separate from the header, content and sidebars. The footer is coded in either CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) or HTML (Hypertext Markup Language).
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