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Important Information

This guide is for the Freeola InstantPro Website Builder. This service has now been replaced by a more modern product, RQS, and therefore is no longer updated with new features.

To build your website in RQS for free, please click here or visit the RQS Builder section of your MyFreeola Control Panel.

Please Note: Any custom body code you apply using the method described in this tutorial will apply to all pages of your site.

Adding Custom Body Code

For this tutorial, we will be adding the custom footer image below to all the pages on our site.

Custom Footer

To follow this tutorial and add your own footer, you will need to first upload the image that you want to your Media Library.

To do this, from the Main Menu select Upload Media from under the Images & Media heading. You can either Drag & Drop the image in, or press Browse Computer for Files and select from your files. Once your image has uploaded, press Next Step, this will take you to your Media Library.

The content area of all InstantPro sites is 702 pixels wide - so if you want it to fit perfectly press the Pencil Icon and this will take you to the Image Editor, where you can resize your image.

Step 1

From the Main Menu, select Your Media Library under the Images & Media header.

Select Media Library

Step 2

Find the footer image you have uploaded, click to see the full size image, then Right Click and select Copy Image Address (Image Location on Apple Operating Systems).

Copy Image URL

Step 3

Now you have your Image Address, head back to the Main Menu and select Custom Code & Snippets from under the Website Tools heading.

Custom Code & Snippets

Step 4

Select the Custom < body > Code tab to the right. You will have to enter some custom code, as can be seen in the image below (click to magnify).

Custom <body> Code

When writing your own custom HTML code, it must be written between a set of < html > and < / html > tags.

We've chosen to align the image centrally using < div align="center" > which must be closed by using < / div >.

We included the image by using a simple < img src="image address" > tag.

Step 5

Paste the Image Address that you copied earlier inside the "" marks of the < image src >tag.

Code With Image URL

Once you are happy with your code, click Save and then Finish.

Step 6

To check the footer is displaying correctly, click the View Website button in the InstantPro header.

Preview Website

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