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I am new to magento. I want to add a new link to the footer.

In some older versions I could see a menu called CMS through which admin can add footer links. But nothing like that is seen in 2.0.9 version.

I referred many tutorials which says about direct editing of default.xml file.

Is it possible to add a new footer link via admin?

Thanks in advance.

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  • footer_links_block is not there in my Content -> Block. Is there any difference in magento 2.0.9 version? – Rose Sep 26 '16 at 8:51
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It seems like the footer_links_block is gone in the newer version of M2. So here's how to do it based on this forum Q&A:

Create a block

Under Content > Blocks click the Add New Block button.

  • Block Title: Footer Links Block
  • Identifier: footer_links_block
  • Store View: choose your store view
  • Add your custom link list in the content. For example:

    <ul class="footer links">
        <li class="nav item"><a href="{{store url="link1"}">Link 1</a></li>
        <li class="nav item"><a href="{{store url="link2"}">Link 2</a></li>
    </ul>
    
  • Save

Create a widget

Under Content > Widgets, click the Add Widget button.

  • Type: CMS Block
  • Design Package/Theme: choose your theme then click Continue
  • Widget Title: Footer Links
  • Assign to store views : choose your store view
  • Click the Add Layout Update button and choose "Display on All Pages"
  • In the container dropdown, choose "CMS Footer Links"
  • In the "Widget options" tab on the left, click Select Block and choose your "Footer Links Block"
  • Save

Don't forget to flush the cache.

  • A very elegant way to add this to the footer if you want to do it via admin! This way you avoid to use xml. – Els den Iep Jun 6 '17 at 18:58

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