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In this video we see how to add a horizontal menu in the footer or bottom of your Joomla site.



  • The video explains how to add a horizontal menu to the footer of a Joomla site.
    - It is part of the "Maintenance Monday #237" series on the "Basic Joomla Tutorials" YouTube channel.
    - The speaker, Tim Davis, also mentions his website for Joomla site audits.
    - He previously showed how to add horizontal menus to the top of Joomla 3 and Joomla 4 templates in "Maintenance Monday #218."
    - Richard Denull asked Tim how to add the menu to the footer, leading to this tutorial.
    - The speaker demonstrates the process on a Joomla 4 installation with default content.
    - The menu is initially vertical in the sidebar and is moved to the footer module position.
    - To make it horizontal, two changes are made: the menu class is set to "menu-horizontal," and the layout is adjusted.
    - The final result shows the horizontal menu in the footer of the Joomla site.
    - The speaker encourages viewers to subscribe for more videos and concludes the tutorial.

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Tim Davis is the founder and owner of Cybersalt.
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