Drupal 7 - Adding content and a piece of text to footer region

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Go to Administer > Structure > Blocks and create a new block. You can enter title as "" to prevent title from printing. Enter you content, and choose an appropriate input format (full HTML, etc). Save it. Then, move the block to appropriate region. Most themes have a footer area that you drag and drop the block's handler to (not to the exact region. There is a drop zone middle of the page). , Stack Overflow for Teams Where developers & technologists share private knowledge with coworkers ,You can embed links either using raw HTML or using PHP (which reflects correct URLs with path auto always). If you don't want to embed php in a block, which requires you to enable PHP Filter module (from core), put this in page.tpl.php. , Hey, sorry I didn't put it clearly, I'd like to have a link to a content. Thanks. Is the only way to do this is hardcoding the links in page.tpl.php? Or is there a way to add 'privacy' page to footer block from the administration? – Adrian Gunawan Jul 22 '12 at 4:40

You can embed links either using raw HTML or using PHP (which reflects correct URLs with path auto always). If you don't want to embed php in a block, which requires you to enable PHP Filter module (from core), put this in page.tpl.php.

<div id="footer-text">
   <?php print l(t('Privacy policy'), 'node/5'); ?> | <?php print t('Copyright @year', array('@year' => date("Y"))); ?>
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Drupal 7 Bartik theme has following default regions -,Drupal 7 adds Highlighted and Help as default regions. By default, the textual content of the Help region is the same as the $help variable was in page.tpl.php for Drupal 6. The "machine" readable names of the sidebars have also changed names.,Drupal is a registered trademark of Dries Buytaert.,The order in which the regions are defined will be reflected in the block configuration table. Garland, for example, uses the default regions. Notice the order of the regions listed in the image.

If none is defined, the following values are assumed in Drupal 6.

regions[left] = Left sidebar
regions[right] = Right sidebar
regions[content] = Content
regions[header] = Header
regions[footer] = Footer
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Your new footer should now display on yoru website. Below is a before and after screenshot of the changes made in this tutorial.,You now want to confirm that the new block is showing in the Footer are of the theme. Your new footer should now display on yoru website. Below is a before and after screenshot of the changes made in this tutorial.BeforeAfter ,Excellent article helped me a lot!,Get web hosting from a company that is here to help. Sign up today!

Step 1. Go to your theme folder and look for “.info” file. I am using theme “corporate” so info <a href=”https://essayservices.org/”>file</a> will be located “themes\corporate\corporate.info”. You will see different location/blocks in your theme. like below:

regions[header] = Header
regions[content] = Content
regions[help] = Help
regions[footer] = Footer
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Step 8 : Go to Appearance in your Drupal site. You can see your custom Drupal theme present in the Uninstalled themes section.,So now, we have created our regions and rendered it on the page.,You need to click ‘Install and set as default’ option to install your Drupal theme on the site.,If you need to write any hooks or create suggestions for your twig file, you could add the .theme file in your custom Drupal theme (shown below).

Drupal Theming: Create an info.yml file
CODE:
   name: Custom Theme
type: theme
description: 'Custom Theme for My Website.'
package: Other
core_version_requirement: ^ 8 || ^ 9
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Let’s go ahead and create a custom view mode called “Block teaser” for the Article content type.,1. Go to Structure -> “Display Suite” (admin/structure/ds) and click on the “View modes” tab.,1. Go to Structure -> “Display Suite” (admin/structure/ds) and click on the “CSS classes” tab.,We have created and configured a custom view mode, now it’s time to use the view mode within a view. Let’s go ahead and create a block with Views.

2. In the “CSS classes for regions” text area add the following code, then click on the “Save configuration” button.

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Let’s start Drupal 7 custom theme making tutorial.,Based on this tutorial we have created a Drupal custom theme named CodexWorld. You can download this theme from the below Download Source Code link.,will u please tell me how to import the download source to drupal site,Define the following contents (key-value pair) into the mytheme.info file.

Basic info:

name = MyTheme
description = MyTheme is a custom Drupal 7 theme by <a href="https://www.codexworld.com" target="_blank">CodexWorld</a><br>For any support related to this theme, please send email at info@codexworld.com
version = 1.0
core = 7.x
engine = phptemplate
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