How to add the same text at the buttom of each page.

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How can I add the same text at the bottom of each page without editing each page individually? I want the text to be small and centered and in the same place the automatic link to yola was before I paid to get rid of it.
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Alexandra

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smithy

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well you need to go into every page to put the text in at the bottom of your page. there is no other soluation to do it other than go into evry page to add the text!!
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Alexandra

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There's no way to get it below the page design itself at all? I don't want it to be part of each page's reading material -- I want it to be the fine print, basically.
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Yola_User_A

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You just need to add another text or html box to each page and put the text inside it... That's all you'd do, it would be separate from the reading material and it would be to the bottom...
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Okay, thanks. I just wanted it to be under my web site's theme instead of a part of it. I guess I'll just have to deal! lol
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smithy

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there is no other way of getting text onto a site other than what me and yola user A has said!!
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Emmy

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Hello,
Although you are not able to add to the outside of the editable area, I would suggest that you add your text to a widget to the bottom of a page making it how you want it to appear, and then use that page as a starting page for every other page you create.

You can use the "Save Page As" feature to make a copy of any of your pages. If you create a page with the text you want at the bottom, then click the down arrow of "Save" and click "Save Page As" you will be able to give the new page a name and then add what you want to it. Then, each new page you create you can go back to the starter page and do a "Save Page As" so you don't have to add the text to the bottom each time.

The "Save Page As" feature is a great way to create a starter page with any pieces you want all of the pages of your site to have.

Hope this helps!

Emmy
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smithy

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oh yeah how dumb am i. i forgot that save page as thing.
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Alexandra

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Thanks Emmy! That's a good idea.
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Yola_User_A

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You just want it to be like in a white area like on many store's websites, they have that bottom area with text in it and it has no theme, it's just white or whatever other color... I think I know what you mean. Just make a white table for it, it will look a little different from the site, I think that should be fine, and don't forget once you do it always save as if your next page will be the same as the previous, with different info. : )