The footer is the bottom part of a website.

It often contains internal links that link to legal pages, such as the terms and conditions or the privacy policy.

Over the last few years, the footer has become more prominent and has been given more and more space on a website. It’s an area where customers often look for the shop categories, payment and delivery logos and quality seals.

Your online shop also has a footer. You can edit it in the administration area of your online shop if you go to Design >> Advanced design.

Most websites have a footer and also a header.

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