Similar to a footer on a document or report, Pacific offers a fixed section that displays at the bottom of each page. Typically, the footer is the area that visitors expect to find the "fine print"—legal information such as terms and conditions and privacy policies, but also quick links and contact information.
Content blocks can be removed by opening the block and selecting Remove content or rearranged like any other section (click and hold the right side of the block, then drag to the desired position).
Show payment icons in footer
Display which payment forms your store accepts through enabling Show payment icons. Which icons appear depend the payment types are enabled and managed in your Shopify admin (Settings > Payments).
Add menus to the footer
To feature a pair of menu columns in your footer, use the Menus block. Select the desired menus for Menu 1, then Menu 2. If you need to create new menus for this feature, go to your Navigation admin.
Include a message in the footer
Rich text allows you to add a customized message to your footer. Add your copy to the Heading and Text fields. There are controls for Bold, Italic, and Links included at the top of the Text field.
Show the latest tweets
The Twitter option displays your store's most recent tweet. Provide a Heading, then your Username (excluding the '@' symbol) in the corresponding fields. If you also want to include retweets, enable the Show retweets option.
Activate newsletter and social links
Check Enable newsletter to activate the newsletter sign-up form.
All email addresses collected by this form will be added to your customer list (just click Customers in the Shopify admin). If you want to filter this list (purchasers versus newsletter opt-ins, for example) you can sort them by tag under the Custom search tab.
Enable social links to display the connected accounts from the Social media portion of the Theme settings.