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    Im creating a couple of different websites and I’m having some issues with the Footer part. I’d like to have 3 columns in the footer (left, center, right).

    Visit http://www.exotekdigital.com as an example of the footer.

    Every time I add a column, it puts it underneath one-another.The themes Im using are PRIMAS & WEDGE.

    Could you provide any help or advice on accomplishing this?

    Thank You!


    Hello JackB03,

    Thank you for your question on having columns in your footer. By default, the footers are a single column wide. This means if you add more than one widget, they will stack on top of each other. There is, however, a way for you to have them side by side.

    From the Customizer Menu, click on the ‘Advanced’ tab and then the ‘Footer Settings’ tab. From there, you will see a section for ‘Footer Widget Columns’. Select 3 and then click on the ‘Continue to Widgets Section’ button. Now you will see a tab for ‘Footer Center’ which will span then entire page width, and a tab for each footer column. The columns will be side by side so you should get the look you are after.

    Kindest Regards,

    Scott M



    Thank you for the quick response and detailed information. I will give it a try today!

    Thank You,




    I have the same question for Crio. At some point I had three columns in my footer, but they now sit as inactive items on the widget page, but I don’t find how to activate them

    Jesse Owens

    Hi Ava-
    In order to use widgets in your footer, you’ll need to create a space for them in your Customize > Design > Footer > Layout section. I took a few minutes to record this video tutorial for you.

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