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Our festival is in the middle of its operating season.  I am sleep deprived and pressed for time.  While making a simple change to the website late at night, I accidentally deleted the footer and saved the change without noticing.  The footer is important.  It contains our sponsor logos, important links, etc.  I could not find a way to restore it.  So I went to wayback.archive.org and pulled up a recent archive of the website and copied the HTML for the footer.  I created a new blank footer, added a code injection block, and pasted the code.  Boom!  My footer was back but a little wonky with the formatting and the links have the wayback.archive.org url in them preventing them from properly opening.  That's okay, I thought, the important stuff is visible, and I can edit the formatting and URLS in the morning.  However - now the "Edit Footer" menu option does not appear.  I've tried multiple browsers.  I assume it is something wrong with the code in the injection block, but that block is inside the footer, which I cannot edit.  I am happy deleting the footer entirely and rebuilding from scratch.  But it won't let me.

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