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    Kate Dobroth
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    Has anyone modified the colophon (the last line of the footer) in Lush? I see this in the documentation:


    Default: depends on theme
    Purpose: Use to filter colophon content in footer.

    I’m pretty new at all this, and am trying to figure out how to use add_filter(). If anyone has done this already, it would be great if you could share.

    At the least, though, what are the elements that can be modified, and how should I reference them? I’m hoping to add my own logo, copyright, and links to terms of service, privacy policy, etc.

    As always, thanks!


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    In theme options you can add html to footer (Footer Text).

    All livingos_colophon_content does is get the value of this option field. If empty then shows a default colophon.

    If being able to change this in the theme option isn’t enough for you then there is also a WordPress filter you can use.

    function my_filter_for_footer(){
    return "mytext";
    add_filter ( 'livingos_colophon_content', 'my_filter_for_footer'  );

    Kate Dobroth
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    Thanks, that worked. I had been trying to add this text through the footer widget, but it was wrapping and not extending across the columns.

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