Help with CSS Columns

I need a little (or quite possibly a lot) of help with some CSS. I’m using Nick Cates Writer Theme for a blog and would like to create a “footer” to match the rest of the website (built in Foundation).

My test page is here.

What I would like is the center image centered vertically in the footer, and the Terms and Conditions line to line up with Lebanon, TX line.

I tried following Net Ninja’s tutorial, but had no luck. I’m happy to pay someone for the time to write the code, please DM me.

Do you have a link to a sample page of what the footer is on the other pages?

@teefers, I do.

@dropgates, How did you add the footer to the page? I didn’t see any extra content area.

In the html code section for that page.


You could try something like this, I changed the code in the body section:

<div class="footer">
    <div class="left">
            P: (615) 547-9222<br>
            910 Buck Run Court<br>
            Lebanon, TN 37087</p>

    <img src="" alt="best of home guide award" 
        height="100" width="100">

    <div class="right">© 2019 Smart Home Protection Systems, Inc.<br>
        Licenses - TN C-1332, KY 0823471
        <br>Terms and Conditions</div><br>


And then replace the CSS you added with this:

.footer {
	display: flex;
    padding: 20px;
    justify-content: space-around;
    flex-wrap: wrap;
    background-color: rgb(14, 55, 109);
    color: white;
.right {
	font-size: 8pt;
    line-height: 160%;
    text-align: right;
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@teefers Thank you. I truly appreciate it.

Hope it works for you. You can mess with the padding and color. You could also try changing the justify-content to space-evenly or space-between.

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I added <br> just before the image and it shifted it over more center on the page. And I added the same image to simulate icons for now and changed the banner in the theme. I’m pretty sure the client is going to approve this.

Thank you again…

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