When you first install PHP Nuke, there will be a default footer message at the bottom of your site. So, one of the things you will need to do when creating your site in PHP Nuke is change the footer messages to what you want. In this tutorial, I will show you where your footer message is located and I will show you how to change your footer messages in PHP Nuke. Make sure you are logged in before trying to follow this tutorial.
Locating Your Footer Messages Page in PHP Nuke
To locate your footer messages page in PHP Nuke, follow these simple steps. Go to your admin area and look for the Administration Menu. This menu should be on the right, but it may be a bit different depending on the layout you are using. In the Administrator Menu, you will need to find the Preference button and click it. That will reload the page you are on and the footer messages are near the bottom of this page. You will need to scroll the page until you find the Footer Messages section. This is where you want to be.
Changing Your Footer Message in PHP Nuke
In this section of the preferences, you will see the three footer message boxes. That means you can have three footers on your PHP Nuke site. You are not required to have three, that option is totally up to you.
To create your footer messages, you will need to type what you want in each box. If you only want to use one box, type your footer message in the first footer message box. You can change the text by using the text tools in the bottom of the box. You can also add links to your footer message by using the link tool in the bottom of the box. If you would prefer to use HTML code, you can click the HTML button at the bottom of the footer box to switch it to HTML. Then you can enter your code in the box.
When you are finished creating your messages, you will need to scroll to the very bottom of the page and click the Save Changes button. Your new footer will now be added to your PHP Nuke site. You can visit your home page to view your new footer.