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I am confused because I see a footnav.php and inside that I see it referencing a position 'footnav'. If I try to assign a menu to the position 'footnav' it is not there. I looked in the templateDetails.xml and noticed the position wasn't there. When I add it I then see the position option for the menu to be assigned to. I assign it to the position 'footnav' but the menu doesn't show up on the frontend in the footer. What am I doing wrong? It seems logical that you would assign 'footnav' to a menu that is meant to be the footer navigation.
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Hi Dustin,

$this->spotlight ('footnav', 'footer-1, footer-2, footer-3, footer-4, footer-5, footer-6')

footnav is a identify name, not a position. Positions are footer-1, footer-2, footer-3, footer-4, footer-5, footer-6.

It is a spotlight block. You can change the number of positions. And you can change the span width of each position also.
You can go to Layout tab in Template Manager for more information.

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Alright, I did use the Spotlight area position 'footer-1' instead for the menu. To turn off the copyright area I'd need to comment it out the following in the footer.php file?
<section class="t3-copyright">
<div class="container">
<div class="row">
<div class="<?php echo $this->getParam('t3-rmvlogo', 1) ? 'span8' : 'span12' ?> copyright<?php $this->_c('footer')?>">
<jdoc:include type="modules" name="<?php $this->_p('footer') ?>" />
</div>
<?php if($this->getParam('t3-rmvlogo', 1)): ?>
<div class="span4 poweredby">
<a class="t3-logo t3-logo-light" href="http://t3-framework.org" title="Powered By T3 Framework" target="_blank">Powered by <strong>T3 Framework</strong></a>
</div>
<?php endif; ?>
</div>
</div>
</section>


I tried unpublished the module as well as hiding the 'footer' in the template manager but the area (background) still shows with no comment. Only way I found to remove it was comment out that section of code above.
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Hi Dustin,

Yes, you can delete the whole file to remove all information in footer.
Though, we think it would be nice to show Joomla copyright (GPL)

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An easier way to remove the contents of the T3 footer (without deleting anything) is to set the display for the t3-copyright class to none in the custom.css file (which you may have to create if not already present in the css folder). So...

.t3-copyright {
display: none;
}


Worked for me.;)
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$this->spotlight ('footnav', 'footer-1, footer-2, footer-3, footer-4, footer-5, footer-6')
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