The footer is the part of your website that is at the very bottom. Kagami offers a variety of modules that can be activated/deactivated.

You may want to add several links, like a link to your terms or a friend's shop. To do this, we need to create a navigation list. To do so, follow those steps:

  1. Go to your shop dashboard.
  2. On the left sidebar, click on "Design" then "Navigation".
  3. Your shop should already have a linklist called "Footer" (if it's not the case, create it). Open this navigation list.
  4. You can now add as many links as you want.

Now that your navigation list is ready, we must instruct the theme to use it in your footer. To do so, go to your Theme Settings, and follow those steps:

  1. Open the "Footer" section, and find the "Links" sub-section.
  2. In the "First menu to use" dropdown, enter the name of the navigation list you've just created (footer for instance).
  3. Save!

You can create another list of links by using the "Second menu to use" option.

How can I display social networks?

To add links to your social networks in the footer, go to your Theme Settings and follow those steps:

  1. Open the "Social media" section.
  2. Fill the social networks you want to enable. Be sure to always include the complete URL, as shown in the Theme Settings.
  3. Check the "Display in footer" option.
  4. Save!

How can I set my supported payment methods?

In the Theme Settings, open the "Payment Methods" section. Enable the payment methods you want to enable.

What is MailChimp? How can I use it to setup a newsletter?

MailChimp is a service that allows you to easily create newsletters. To setup it, go to your Theme Settings, and follow those steps:

  1. Open the "Newsletter" section.
  2. Fill the "MailChimp form action" (you will need a MailChimp account, and you can find more instructions about how to get your form action in this documentation we've found for you :)).
  3. Check the "Display in footer" option.
  4. Save!

What is CampaignMonitor? How can I use it to setup a newsletter?

If you are a CampaignMonitor user, you can also use it with Kagami. Follow the exact same instructions as for MailChimp, but instead use the form action given by CampaignMonitor.