Would you like to have an Acknowledgement of Country on your website?
Perhaps you would like to create a footer for your website that you can easily place on as many pages as you like.
The first thing you will need is to write an Acknowledgement of Country that you will pace onto your website. You can go to a Council website and copy theirs and paste it on your site but this is not what I recommend.
I recommend you go to Louise O’Reilly’s website and take her Acknowledgement of Country Masterclass. It’s only $97 and she will walk you through a beautiful, connected, loving process to write your own personalized acknowledgement of country.
Before we start you should know that these instructions are for people who have a WordPress website using the Divi Theme & Builder. If you are on Squarespace, Wix or you have another WordPress theme, your process will be a little bit different to this.
- Make sure you are logged into your website. You will know you are logged in because you will see the black bar at the top and the visual builder words: it will say “Enable Visual Builder”
- Click the words:“Enable Visual Builder”enable visual builder
- Create a section. Then choose a single row and choose a text module
- Paste in your Acknowledgement of Country text
- Format the section to have a background colour if you like
- Change the colour of the text to white if you’d like
- Click on the circle with a down with pointing arrow icon. This will save to your Divi library.
- Give it a name.
- Decide whether or not you want it as a global item or as a single use library item. Check out the video for more information about this
- Click save and exit the visual builder
- Go to another page where you would like to put this footer
- Click enable visual builder
- Go to the part of the page where you want the footer or section and click the blue +
- Choose from library and select the section you want. If you have made it a global section you will need to scroll down to find it
- Click save and exit visual builder
- Watch the video for more detailed instructions
I acknowledge the Djiringanj people of the Yuin Nation, the custodians of this beautiful land on which I live and work.
I also pay respect to all Elders past & present.
The spiritual connection that the Djiringanj people have with the Yuin Country cannot be broken.
Sovereignty has never been ceded.
Thank you for taking such good care of the wild, beautiful places of Araganu, the coastline and forests where I get nurtured.
Want to do that masterclass with Louise O'Reilly?
Yep – click the button to go to her website and do that class: