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    Hi! I have a couple of questions for you guys.

    How can I keep the footer container from being displayed on the homepage but visible on the rest of the site? I think I figured out where the code needs to be placed in the footer.php file, but I’m not sure what exactly needs to go there.

    On the single product page, I’d like to move the Add to Cart button (the whole bar, really) above the slideshow items. Can they switch places easily?

    Update: I figured out the first one! For anyone else that wants to do the same, go to the footer.php and scroll down to the footer container. Add the two pieces in bold. The echo is just a tester to see whether or not you’re on the homepage, so it can be taken out when you’re ready.

    <!-- ####### FOOTER CONTAINER ####### -->
    <strong><?php if ( ! is_front_page() ) {?>
    echo "Not home yet";</strong>
    			<div class='container_wrap <?php echo $extraClass; ?>' id='footer'>
    				<div class='container'>

    … (rest of code, didn’t want to post all of it) Then add the last bit in bold.

    <strong><?php }?></strong>
    		<!-- ####### END FOOTER CONTAINER ####### -->
    • This topic was modified 2 years, 6 months ago by  IHRA. Reason: Figured out answer to my first question

    Hi IHRA!

    1- You can add following code to Quick CSS in Propulsion theme options under Styling tab as well

    .home #footer, .home #socket { display: none; }

    It will remove footer and socket section only from home page.
    2- You are going to need to hire a freelance developer for that kind of customization as it is beyond the scope of support we can provide. You can also request quote here.

    Best regards,

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