16 Inspirational Blog Footers

A few years back, website/blog footers were dull and boring with a copyright message and a link to the theme designer. But now webmasters and bloggers have realized the potential of this important part of websites and blogs.
As footer is the bottom-most part of a website, so it plays a crucial role in holding your readers for a longer time (and even in monetizing their presence), once they finish reading your articles. So bloggers now have various widgets in their footers with links to their other blogs, popular/recent posts, authors bio, contact-form or some sponsored/affiliate banners.
Footers must integrate properly with the overall blog/site design and it should stand out too. So, look at these impressive and inspiring footers and start building your own…

1. WebDesignerDepot


2. Branded07


3. DavidHellMann


4. Nymfont [Your bio and links to sites you like]


5. KulurBanause


6. Meomi [Interactive footer – flash based]


7. FatBurgr [Funny]


8. Sohtanaka


9. MrDiggles


10. EdgePointChurch [Links to your social profiles]


11. CSS-Tricks [About the author + Latest Twitter updates]


12. Spoon-Graphics


13. VOLLL (Interactive and non-Flash)


14. DC2009-Drupalcon


15. RevolutionDrivingTuition


16. iprimidieci


13 thoughts on “16 Inspirational Blog Footers

  1. Thanks so much for featuring my blog in this 🙂 I am happy to be featured with such great sites. The Drupal websites is one of my favorites ever, and Meomi. Keep up the great work on your blog & thanks for the inspiration 🙂

  2. To Divya Sai,
    My question is a little out of this post but please please help me:
    How can I show the category of the post next to its title in this template?
    I have disabled comments so now how can I show the categories next to the post title?

    Download Template From:


  3. Those are really nice footers. I don't go to the bottom of a blog very often, but guess I had better start.
    Also I wanted to thank you for leaving a comment on the Blogs with Angels blog. I was the one that said I couldn't afford a fancy camera. I have a digital camera but I want to do those tutorials that you mentioned. I just want to figure out how to make pictures bigger and smaller etc. Also would love to learn how to make badges too. Isn't there some software for photos or is that the photoshop stuff??? Thanks again for your help.

  4. The blogs mentioned here are known for their excellent design and creativity..Not only their footers are beautiful but there headers are also impressive.


  5. Thank you guys for all your kind feedback.

    For increasing/decreasing the size of photos, you can use any image-editing software.
    But using adobe-photoshop is certainly the best option, if you consider all the features it has. Use photoshop and follow those photoshop tutorial websites.

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