Local Footer Modifications
Your local footer will contain default content that you will want to replace with your own information.
You can edit the footer content by doing the following:
- Navigate to Configuration > System > Local Footer:
- You will be redirected to the footer configuration page:
Edit and replace the necessary input fields with your own information.
Action and Social Links
The action and social links section contain multiple fields for you to add relative links.
An action link will contain the call to action arrow styling:
Social media links will display their corresponding icon based off the user’s Link text input
Social Links editing page:
Social Links within the footer:
Primary and Secondary Links
The Primary and Secondary Links have their own individual section for you to add links relative to your site. Each corresponding section has an input for a title followed by multiple links.
Sign Up Form
The Sign Up Form section allows you to add an outside sign up form (e.g. through Mailchimp, Google Forms, etc.) to your local footer. Once users have entered their e-mail address and clicked the submit button, they will be redirected to the related form.
The Sign Up Form section contains multiple fields.
- In Signup Form Intro, enter any intro text, which will be displayed in the local footer.
- In Form Action URL, enter the relevant external form URL copied from Google Forms, Mailchimp, etc.
- In Form Method, select either GET or POST. For most use cases, GET will be the correct selection. If you are having issues accessing the form, try switching the form method.
- In Signup Button Text, enter your desired button text.
Example local footer with Sign Up Form added:
You can modify the Login Button text within the login button section. The button name is set to Web login by default.
The local lockup section allows you to customize your site's signature logo lockup, which is a combination of a wordmark/logo and the name of an individual school, official department, administrative unit, institute, center or lab.
The default lockup contains the Stanford wordmark and your site name, all on one line. For the example below, the site name was set to be "University".
Site managers also have the ability to customize their lockup configuration by selecting from a list of lockup options, which follow a pattern similar to what is shown in the image below.
For a full list of lockup options and information on configuring your site's local footer lockup, see Managing Department Branding and Logo Lockup Options.
The content blocks section provides the ability to add text within content blocks in the local footer.
There are three content blocks available (Primary, Secondary, and Tertiary).
After adding text to a content block and saving, it will be displayed according to that content block's location in the local footer (left, center, or right). The Primary Content Block is located to the left, the Secondary Content Block is located in the center, and the Tertiary Content Block is located to the right.