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I created a cms page, but I don't want footer to display on this page, I added below line at layout update,

<reference name="footer">
    <remove name="footer_links" />
</reference>

I am using magento 1.9 rwd theme to test.

But the footer still exists, I remember I had done similar thing in the past, but I forgot how to do it twice again

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Your layout XML should be like this.

<cms_page>
    <reference name="footer">
           <remove name="footer_links" />
    </reference>
</cms_page>

This will remove blocks from your cms page.

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  • still can't remove
    – hkguile
    Oct 5 '15 at 5:42
  • Have you cleared chache ?
    – Arunendra
    Oct 5 '15 at 5:43
  • done, after cleared the cache!
    – hkguile
    Oct 5 '15 at 5:45
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if you want to completely rid-off the footer section, then use this :

 <remove name="footer />

Or if you need to keep footer section but need to removes footer links.

<reference name="footer">
    <remove name="footer_links" />
    <remove name="footer_links2" />
</reference>

But the very important step that you are missing here is FLUSH YOUR CACHE. Do that if you didnt do that yet and refresh the page again.


Here I assume you are going to add layout updates in the layout udpate section in admin section

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If you are using the default rwd theme, the footer links are divided into different block.

To check them, open page.xml and cms.xml from rwd/default/layout. There you will find two block footer_links, footer_links2

Now in cms.xml you will find the block cms_footer_links. You can remove them as per your requirements.

To remove it from particular CMS page, follow below steps

1) Goto CMS >> Pages >> CMS PAGE YOU OF YOUR CHOICE

2) Open the design tab and insert below code

<remove name="footer_links" />
<remove name="footer_links2" />
<remove name="cms_footer_links" />

You can remove other elements from the CMS page using the similar technique, you will just have to find the name of the blocks to remove them.

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this will remove the footer link block from footer

 <cms_page>
    <remove name="footer_links"/>
 </cms_page>

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