December 18, 2012 at 9:11 am #18823December 18, 2012 at 10:38 am #101076
Kindly open wp-content/themes/coherence/footer.php and find this line of code:
<span class='copyright'>© <?php _e('Copyright','avia_framework'); ?> - <a href='<?php echo home_url('/'); ?>'><?php echo get_bloginfo('name');?></a><?php echo $kriesi_at_backlink; ?></span>
IsmaelJanuary 18, 2013 at 6:23 pm #101077
If I make changes to the Copyright using the indicated way by Ismael would they get overwritten when there is a new release for the template?
If that is the case is it possible to make the changes on the custom.css or similar?January 19, 2013 at 2:33 am #101078
Yes, they will be overwritten but all you need to do is create a backup of footer.php, update your theme then override the footer.php again using your backup file.
IsmaelJanuary 29, 2013 at 11:53 pm #101079
Seriously? We have to manually edit the footer code to put our copyright / credits info, and then replace the code for every theme update? I know it only takes a second to do this, but for this theme to be as nice as it is, that is a major feature lacking for a contemporary premium wp theme.
All premium themes I’ve seen let you enter the copyright / credits info through the theme options, not make you manually edit the php code, and then have to replace it after theme updates.
Is this really the only way?January 30, 2013 at 12:13 am #101080
All themes are different and every author has a different way of doing things.
You can either remove the backlink directly from the footer.php file, add a function to filter the backlink to your functions.php file or do so in a child theme (though I never recommend child themes with full featured themes like Kriesi’s).
A sample filter would be:
add_filter( 'kriesi_backlink', 'my_custom_copyright');
function my_custom_copyright ($content)
Again, this is only if you want to change the copyright from the basic © Copyright – Your WordPress Title – WordPress Premium Theme by Kriesi
DevinJanuary 31, 2013 at 2:05 am #101081
Thanks for the info. I guess I did come off a little rude. My apologies to all and the developers. It really is a nice theme. I went ahead and just edited the footer.php file directly. No big deal.
Do you have a lot of experience with this theme? I have a few more questions. If you don’t know the answer, I’ll post it in the forum, but here they are:
1. Is there somewhere in the theme options or builder where we can change the font that shows up for post/page titles in a page/post widget? I don’t see it anywhere. Or do we have to manually do it in CSS. It firebugged it, and those titles are H3, but I didn’t see anywhere in the theme options or builder to edit the different font classes.
2. The demo at http://www.kriesi.at/themedemo/?theme=incarnation has the look of a page, because it has the boxed content with rounded edges overlapping into the bottom of the CTA under the slider, which is how that pages display. How do we get the home page to show like this, because my homepage, build with the theme builder doesn’t look like that? You can see it at http://184.108.40.206/~clcchurc/home/
Thanks for any help you can provide. You seem pretty knowledgeable, more than me I’m sure.January 31, 2013 at 4:30 pm #101082
1 – Most indivudal things need to be set with CSS. The styling options cover general categories and tries to keep things grouped to help with a consistant design without a lot of work.
Any new css can be added to the quick css field or the custom.css file in the css folder (both will persist through theme updates).
2 – I believe you need to use the Page Split and select the boxed split overlap. I don’t have access to the demo site, but the frontpage layout should have come with the same layout or at least very close to it.
If you have any other questions for Incarnation just make a new post in the Incarnation forum: http://www.kriesi.at/support/forum/incarnation
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