I had to rebuild my menu, my sidebar, and all of my Footer widgets after this last theme update as they were lost. There are a couple of places that I am stumped at.
1. Very top of the Home Page – there is a line with various languages (same line as My Account). Before the update, the row was the same exact icons for social media with text at the end that said ‘Contact’ which was a link to my email firstname.lastname@example.org. How do I get that back?
2. At the very bottom of the page, it now reads: WordPress DEMO Store. All Rights Reserved.
How do I remove this? I cannot find this text in my static blocks or widgets.
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I don’t recall having a code in there. I think that I actually had help from you guys the first time around to add the social media icons up there as I didn’t know how to do so. I would imagine it is the same code as what is in the Pre-Footer row for the social media icons as it was identical with the addition of Contact at the end.
Thank you for fixing the Footer Links – looks perfect.
My site is down on my end. I cannot go in and check. This is the second time my site has crashed now after the new theme update earlier today. Can you please take a look at where the issue is?
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Well the site being down didn’t last long. Maybe it was a server issue, because it appears to be working fine again. The social icons look great – thank you for that!
Can you tell me where I can edit the links for those icons at the top of the Home Page? If I remember correctly, I have to go into the CSS files under my host, but I have no idea where in that giant document.
Since starting this site, I’ve created profiles for the company (new Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/fearlessandframed and new Pinterest: http://www.pinterest.com/fearlessframed). They are currently going to my old links.
I promise, this will be the last message from me today and hopefully for awhile 🙂
Thanks as always,
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