Footer Issues

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Footer Issues

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    I am having some problems getting my footer text to fit how i want it. I would like to add my privacy policy and “(c) company name-all rights reserve” all in one line. However, i am not able to do that in this theme. Could you please advise how i can have it all fit in one line or even have it stacked, so the privacy policy can be at the top and “(c) company name-all rights reserve” underneath it, but i want it all to be on the same line with no break. Here is the URL to my site so that you can see what i am referring too:

    thank you,


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    The widgetized footer area was originally designed to hold 4 widgets in 4 column (each one fitting 1/4 of the available space).
    The following will let you allow your text widget (where you have added your privacy policy link and copyright mention) to use all of the available space:

    – To make this change in the lite version, you’ll need a free plugin such as
    – Once this plugin is installed, you can go to Appearance > Custom CSS to add some custom CSS.
    – There, paste the following code:

    #footer .widget_text { width: 922px!important; }
    @media only screen and (max-width: 959px) and (min-width: 768px) {
    #footer .widget_text { width: 738px!important; }
    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) {
    #footer .widget_text { width: 300px!important; }
    @media only screen and (max-width: 767px) and (min-width: 480px) {
    #footer .widget_text { width: 400px!important; }

    And if you want the text to be centered in the footer, you can add this additional line:

    #footer { text-align: center; }

    – Now your text widget can use all of the space, so everything you place into it can fit on one line.
    You can enter raw html in the text widget, so if you want to make an arbitrary line break in your text, you can use the html line break tag: <br /;gt;

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