Like a footer on a document or report, a website footer contains information listed at the bottom of a page. Typically, the footer is the area that visitors expect to find the "fine print"—links to legal information such as terms and conditions and privacy policies, but also FAQs, size guides, and contact information.
Access footer features through the theme editor
Go to Customize > Sections > Footer
The Show headings checkbox at the top applies to all headings in the footer area. You can edit these titles through the Edit languages settings, or if you want to edit the title of a menu, navigate to Online store > Navigation.
Add menus to the footer
Startup allows you to display up to two menus in the footer section of your store. First, set them up under Online store > Navigation, then use the dropdown menus for Menu 1 and Menu 2 to configure them in your theme editor.
Display payment icons
You can accept a variety of payment methods in your Shopify store, such as credit cards, PayPal, and digital currencies. Enable and manage these from your Shopify admin under Settings > Payments.
Once you’ve selected the payment methods you want to accept, you can switch their icons on or off in the Footer > Payment icons section of the theme editor. These will display at the very bottom of your store's footer.
How to change the footer copyright credit
Actions > Edit languages > General > Copyright credit
(or from the theme editor)
Theme actions > Edit languages >General > Copyright credit
Use the provided fields to modify or replace the default copy, then save.