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How to remove footer links from newwpthemes

Discussion in 'Blogging' started by iezer, Oct 27, 2014.

  1. iezer

    iezer Newbie

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    Hi Guys,

    Can anyone here help me removing the links from newwpthemes theme?
    The theme in question is techdaily.

    Appreciate your help.
     
  2. Ganes

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    Hi
    Have you tried to edit the footer.php?
    I don't know this theme yet but I hear you can delete either a few lines in footer.php or functions.php, depending on the theme you're using. Do make a backup beforehand, though. See if you can find anything that looks familiar in the first third in footer.php, or somewhere after line 100 in functions.php. Look for something like this:

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    118 function footer_output($footer_content) {
    119 return $footer_content;
    120 }
    The line numbers can vary between the different themes, and again: please do make a backup before you edit the *.php-files.
    Good luck!
     
  3. hopsie2

    hopsie2 Registered Member Premium Member

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    This helped me. Thanks
     
  4. redapple5

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    Interesting post.
     
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    Thanks for this
     
  6. Ganes

    Ganes Newbie

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    Glad my very first post here was actually useful :)
    Oh erm... would somebody mind to give "Thanks" to my helpful post, please? Would be much appreciated ;)
     
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    Avocado Plugins Junior Member Premium Member

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    Thanks given because it was helpful but I would suggest that next time you don't ask because it is a bit frowned upon in the community :) Just my 2 cents!
     
  8. yogyogi

    yogyogi Registered Member

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    check 'footer.php' page in your theme and if you found links there remove it. Some themes also have links generated with custom menu. So do check the 'Appearance>Menus' in your wordpress CMS.
     
  9. aasim207

    aasim207 Newbie

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    Hello there. I am using smthemes techzone theme.. Please i am not a good cooder, and not an average too. but i am sure that u will give me a way to remove the footer links. Also this theme doesnt contain the lines which are posted above this forum...
    thanks and regards.
     
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  10. backbonee

    backbonee Registered Member

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    find the div class for footer link and give it display:none in css . thats it ...
     
  11. olaking

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    thanks for the help..also had the same problem
     
  12. iezer

    iezer Newbie

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    Thanks for the help, sorry for not replying sooner.
     
  13. Neoterz

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    Simple Technique that I use are:
    1. If you use chrome as your browser, point on the footer of your site and simply right click the mouse button and select inspect option.
    2. Then you can see the HTML coding that shows where the footer coding is located.
    3. You must note it and copy the particular part of the footer coding into the text document. (you can change/alter your footer there).
    4. Then go to the hosting and pick your site's XML file and open it in the editor.
    5. Then cut the altered footer coding into the XML file and remove the old footer coding.
    6. Then reupload the XML file into your hosting file manager.

    And finally your problem get solved. Hope it helps. Best of luck mate. ;)