Modifying the Super Footer
The super footer (or pre-footer) is a flexible space that can be used for displaying content for all pages on your site. The super footer sits below the body section of your page, but above the local and global footers.
The super footer contains editable fields for a title and text block, and site managers can also add external, internal, or "private" links.
You can edit the super footer content by doing the following:
- In the administrative toolbar select Manage then hover over Configuration > System > Super Footer to be directed to the super footer configuration page:
- To enable and display the super footer on your site, check the box next to “Enabled”. Once you save the page, your super footer will be displayed.
Edit and replace the necessary input fields with your own information.
Note: the "Intranet Link" field is intended for private content (e.g. a Google doc link that requires sign-in), and will appear with a "lock" symbol. Adding a link to this field does NOT make the content private, it just signifies content that is ALREADY private.