Compliance for Politician Websites

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I will be launching (hopefully) a US Congressman's website via Yola. That assumes I (we) can overcome a minor technical hurdle. The ability to place the "Paid for by Politician" message centered at the bottom of the footer. Can you assist?
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John-Scott Dixon

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KanThaiDecor

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You may have to place a small image with your information on it at the bottom of each page.It will still be slightly above Yola's footer
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Shaq

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Sadly Yola does not offer this feature "Yet".

But at the moment you can add a textbox component, add the text you wish center it, and change the size to small...
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UK Duke, Champion

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Johns right - you could put your own footer above Yolas footer - this would look fine - technically, Yola have paid for the making of that site.
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Ruth

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Does this answer your question, John-Scott?

Please let us know if we can assist you further with this.
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John-Scott Dixon

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FYI - I am not asking to remove the Yola footer - just add information above or beneath it - we like the "frugal" message working with Yola will send.

I am curious as to whether Yola can step-up for a high-profile website - I think it can be good for both parties. Let me know, I would hate to lose this over a technicality!
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Hi,

I realise you aren't asking to remove the footer, but rather add to it. I'm not sure what you mean by step-up for a high profile website. Do you want to discuss that here or rather email support@yola, with what you had in mind?

You can place your "Paid for by Mr Smith" in a text box at the very bottom of the page. Does that answer your question?