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  • #69547
    sepia
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    Hi hello!

    I’m using the Foliopress theme for my design portfolio (it’s lovely by the way, thank you for your hard work on it!) and I have a question about the contents of the footer. I know editing the footer is part of the PRO package, but I was wondering if there was any way to only get rid of the “Proudly Powered by: WordPress” bit that’s in there?

    I don’t want to get rid of anything else in the footer because I obviously don’t mind it saying who made this lovely theme, but I do recall being able to at least remove the Proudly Powered by WordPress part in other themes I’ve had before. Am I missing something or is it just not possible unless you go PRO?

    Thank you in advance!

    #69553

    Hi @music_note_21,

    Yes editing the footer is part of the PRO package but as you mentioned that you only want to remove the “Proudly Powered By” but not the “Theme by”. Thank you so much for your kind words that you still want to give us Credit for creating this theme.

    Ok to remove the “Proudly Powered By” then please go to ‘Appearance > Customize > Additional CSS’ and paste the below Custom CSS code.

    .site-info .copyright .wp-link,
    .site-info .copyright .author-link:after {
    	display: none;
    }

    Thank you for loving our theme and appreciating our hard work.
    Could you also please help us rating this theme in WordPress Repository here.
    We will really appreciate your rating.

    Please let us know if you have any queries regarding the theme.
    Thanks

    #69581
    sepia
    Participant

    Hi there!

    Thanks so much for the quick reply, that worked! 🙂

    I’ll be sure to also leave a positive rating!

    Thanks again!

    #69627

    Welcome anytime @music_note_21

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