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  • #26354

    it seems this question has been asked over and over again with no clear explanation on how to remove.

    the previous answers say to remove a certain section of code

    $kriesi_at_backlink = apply_filters(“kriesi_backlink”, ” – Enfold Theme by Kriesi“);

    but that doesn’t leave me with the ability to place my client’s copyright and name in it’s place. just deletes everything.

    could you PLEASE provide the correct code for me to be able to enter a copyright and name in the socket without the kresi link or the Enfold Theme mention?

    Thanks in advance for putting it in plain English and very simplified exact instructions.

    (can save you from having to answer this concern over and over and over….)

    #130120

    You can find it line 80 in the “footer.php” file :

    // you can filter and remove the backlink with an add_filter function

    // from your themes (or child themes) functions.php file if you dont want to edit this file

    // you can also just keep that link. I really do appreciate it ;)

    $kriesi_at_backlink = apply_filters(“kriesi_backlink”, ” – Enfold Theme by Kriesi“);

    You can comment that line or as explained by him functions.php

    #130121

    just put [nolink] in your copyright text in theme admin panel and this will do exactly what u ask for ;-)

    (i’ ve already complained enough on this matter – but they do not hear)

    #130122

    Hi,

    Two things you can do.

    1.) Add the “[nolink]” text on Enfold > Footer > Copyright field.

    2.) Edit footer.php, find this code:

    apply_filters("kriesi_backlink", " - <a href='http://www.kriesi.at'>Enfold Theme by Kriesi</a>");

    Change this part

    - <a href='http://www.kriesi.at'>Enfold Theme by Kriesi</a>

    To something else:

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #130123

    thanks! that worked,

    TO ALL OTHERS WITH THIS ISSUE:

    Find code as described above then I simply put in a different link between and text between the > and the to show that bit of text in the socket.

    would have been very helpful if someone would have just explained it that way.

    If I simply tried to remove the entire bit of code, I could not place what I wanted there instead.

    But anyway, this worked for my needs.

    In the future we all request that you make this much easier – as do most of Theme Forest’s other templates – by including an easy way to add whatever text and links we like in the footer or socket in the future!

    Thanks.

    we’re not all programmers / coders you know!

    #130124

    TO ALL OTHERS WITH THIS ISSUE: some of what I wrote got deleted so to be clear…

    Find code as described above then I simply put in a different link between and text between the > and the – closing a tag, to show that bit of text in the socket.

    lIke this:

    Check out my other websites!

    Replace http link to wherever you want the link to go, and write the text / words between the > and the closing tag

    #130125

    unfortunately the above keeps getting the code deleted!

    Hope you all can also figure this out!

    #130126

    Hi,

    This is the whole code for the copyright.

    //copyright
    $copyright = avia_get_option('copyright', "&copy; ".__('Copyright','avia_framework')." - <a href='".home_url('/')."'>".get_bloginfo('name')."</a>");

    // you can filter and remove the backlink with an add_filter function
    // from your themes (or child themes) functions.php file if you dont want to edit this file
    // you can also just keep that link. I really do appreciate it ;)
    $kriesi_at_backlink = apply_filters("kriesi_backlink", " - <a href='http://www.kriesi.at'>Enfold Theme by Kriesi</a>");

    You can change the values there then this code echo it out:

    <span class='copyright'><?php echo $copyright . $kriesi_at_backlink; ?></span>

    Regards,

    Ismael

    #130127

    I wrote that already & it works so far since i did it, so please ensure you use FTP / Editor properly

    #130128

    Hi cree8teevgrl,

    Please do not create duplicate topics or ask the same question in multiple topics. I’ve answered this question just now for Incarnation after seeing your post here: http://www.kriesi.at/support/topic/update-socket-text-incarnation and will follow it up here.

    To remove the backlink you *just* add [nolink] to the copyright filed in the Theme options>Footer .

    Regards,

    Devin

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