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Everything You Should Know About a Website Footer. 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.
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.
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. Can you recall what's in your website footer? Many site owners focus on designing the tops of their websites.
Website Technical and Legal Information: The footer is a visible and out-of-the-way space to share the legal information that many websites are required to display. Website Navigation: when a user arrives at the footer of a website, it signals the end of that page.
Headers and footers are typically used in multiple-page documents to display descriptive information. In addition to page numbers, a header or footer can contain information such as: The document name, the date and/or time you created or revised the document, an author name, a graphic, a draft or revision number.
You can add a header menu, a top menu and a footer menu. A footer menu helps your visitors to navigate to more content on your site or blog and is a great way to increase your page views. It is useful for adding links to contact, a sitemap, a back to top button, terms of use, a privacy policy, etc.
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typically contains copyright and authorship information or navigational elements pertaining to the contents of the parent element.
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