Add my own images code to CSS?

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I don't know how much info you need but in general I'd like to be able to add some images with links to every page. The same images and links. Is there a way to add HTML or whatever code is needed to CSS rather than having to edit each page?
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farragio

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You may get the result you are looking for using a footer code. Yola Silver and Yola Gold subscriptions allow you to edit the header or footer code that will appear on all the pages of your site. This can be used for tracking code such as Google Analytics, but it can also be used to easily create a custom footer.

Here are the steps:

1. In your Sitebuilder, click on Site > Tracking > Site Tracking Code.
2. In the box for "Footer Code", enter the text that you want to have displayed in your page footer. Note: Formatting, links and images will need to be added using HTML.
3. Click "Save" when you're done.
4. Remember to republish your site.

Once you have created your footer it will automatically appear on every page of your site so you will not have to keep adding it each time you create a new page. Any edits you make to the footer are also automatically applied across your entire site.

Here are some basic HTML codes for adding links and images.

I hope that helps!
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Jen, this is awesome! It worked perfectly and will save me a lot of time and work.

Thanks so much!

Edited to add: Quick question. Is it possible to "overload" the header & footer? Because of the template I'm using and how I want my menu placed, I've also added my menu and banner to the header.
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Hi farragio

I would suggest not adding too much information to the header/footer of your site, as it may be slow to load up the page.  You can add your menu and banner to the header if you prefer though.  You should, however, test the speed of your site and you can do so on the Pingdom Tools website (http://tools.pingdom.com/fpt/).

Good luck!
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farragio

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Nazlie, thanks for the link. Works great.

Thanks for all the help! You guys are great!