Custom Footer

posted Aug 20, 2010, 7:05 AM by Brian Johnson   [ updated Sep 16, 2011, 8:51 PM by Brian Johnson ]


Google Sites offers the option to create a custom, site-wide footer.  This footer does not replace the system footer that exists on the bottom of every page, but instead places your custom content immediately above it.  This article outlines how to work with the custom footer feature.



How to Add/Edit a Custom Footer on Google Sites

  1. Log into your site as Owner
  2. Select More >> Manage Site.
  3. Select Site Layout from the left navigation menu.
  4. On the "Site Layout" screen, select the Change Site Layout button
  5. Place a check in the box next to Footer


  6. Click OK to close the Change Site Layout overlay.
  7. Locate the Footer section and click the Edit Footer Content link.


  8. Add the desired footer content to the Edit Site Footer WYSIWYG editing window.  (HTML is possible by clicking on the HTML icon in the toolbar.)



  9. Click OK
  10. Click Save Changes and return to the site.  (You can also click Preview to see the changes without having to first save them for all to see.)
Your changes should now be visible on every page of your site:



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