How do I delete the footer to use a custom footer image?

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I would like to use a custom footer (i.e. a JPEG image) instead of the automatic one. Is there a way to delete the hard footer and insert a column where I can upload a JPEG image?
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Indeed there is! Emma released an enhancement today which allows you to insert a full-width drag & drop zone above or below your main content area. The screenshot below shows a row being used to add a text box that spans the width of the content region at the top of a multi-column layout. 



We're presenting this as an example because when you turn on a top row, Emma adds a text box by default. On the flip side, when you turn on a bottom row, she’ll add an image block by default. It’s easy to switch things up though because both the top and bottom rows allow you to add any combination of content blocks by dragging them over. Click here to learn more about rows.

While you may now use rows to add your own footer image, keep in mind that we aren't able to remove the automatic footer altogether. Reason being that Can-Spam regulations require that you, the sender, provide a physical mailing address on your emails and an opportunity for the recipient to opt out.

The automatic footer is hard coded into all Emma templates to ensure everyone's emails comply with Can-Spam regulations. We don't have a lot of rules here at Emma, but in this case, the footer requirements are pretty black and white. Footer graphics on the other hand are completely up to you now. So turn on a row for your footer and go nuts, or not. Whatever works!

I hope you'll enjoy working with the new rows feature. If you have any questions about how to implement them in your next campaign, please let me know.
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Hi - I have a follow up question on the above. Is it possible to add additional text to the hard coded footer? If so, how? I have a disclaimer that I'd like to include on all of my emails, and would ideally have that disclaimer included in the grey area.

In addition, is there a way to make the footer space smaller? For example, if I know I don't want to include the social sharing piece in the footer is there any way I can make the footer area narrower?

Thanks in advance!
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Hi there -- Can you tell me if you'd like these changes made to one of our gallery templates or if you're working with a custom template? While you don't have access to the hardcoded footer to make edits, we can definitely get it updated for you.

There may be a cost associated with those revisions, but I can direct you more clearly once I know what we're working with. :)
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Great, thanks for getting back to me so quickly! I'd like to make these changes to a gallery template. 

Would an associated cost occur each time revisions are made? Thanks!
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Hi! There will likely be a cost associated with any customization to a gallery template. You can fill out our design form to submit your request and get a quote from our design team!
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This reply was created from a merged topic originally titled Is there a way to delete this portion?.

Hi i would like to ask is there a way to delete this portion http://screencast.com/t/Wj9bcLsWi
thanks

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