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    Can you explain how to modify the copyright.

    I want to change the link to use for a client so that it can not delete the link unless he asks me how.

    So it may add its copyright and not suprimera the link to my site.

    • This topic was modified 5 years ago by  Audiolia.

    Hi Audiolia!

    It’s not clear what you are trying to achieve.

    but you can easily modify the copyrights info by following the steps provided here http://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/change-the-footer-text-and-link/



    This is not what I want to do.

    I want to change this: Enfold Child WordPress Theme by Kriesi
    by this: powered by mydomain.com
    Without using the template options.
    so my client can not remove link unless it adds NOLINK



    In that case you have to edit the footer.php in wp-content\themes\enfold

    around line 103 replace this

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


                            <span class='copyright'>powered by mydomain.com</span>

    Best regards,



    Please go to your style.css file, and Open it. there in the top u will see
    ” Enfold Child WordPress Theme by Kriesi ”

    From there, change that and you will be ok!

    Thanks a lot for your time and patience



    I do not think it’s in the style.css

    Theme Name: Enfold
    Description: <strong>A superflexible and responsive Business Theme by Kriesi</strong> - <br/> Update notifications available on twitter, facebook and via newsletter:<br/> <a href='http://twitter.com/kriesi'>Follow me on twitter</a><br/> - <a href='http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kriesi/333648177216'>Join the Facebook Group</a> - <a href='http://kriesi.at/newsletter'>Subscribe to our Newsletter</a>
    Version: 3.5.3
    Author: Kriesi
    Author URI: http://kriesi.at
    License: Themeforest Split Licence
    License URI: -
    Theme URI: kriesi.at/themes/enfold/
    * This file is only in your themefolder for WordPress to recognize basic theme data like name and version
    * CSS Rules in this file will not be used by the theme. 
    * Instead use the custom.css file that is located in your themes /css/ folder to add your styles. 
    * You can copy a style rule from any of your css files and paste it in custom.css and
    * it will override the original style. If you just want to add small css snippets you might also
    * want to consider to add it to the designated CSS option field in your themes backend at: Theme Options->General Styling

    <span class='copyright'>powered by mydomain.com</span>

    this solution does not work because it remove any copyright that is created automatically. And function to add its copyright (in theme option) no longer works either.



    From the code it looks like you are not using a child theme as mentioned above you need to activate a child theme first. To do so please check this link http://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/using-a-child-theme/

    The solution I provided earlier will make the changes permanent so try the child theme first and let us know :)


    • This reply was modified 5 years ago by  Vinay.

    I use the child theme but I do not see where I can make this change in style.css

    Theme Name: Enfold Child
    Description: A <a href='http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes'>Child Theme</a> for the Enfold WordPress Theme. If you plan to do a lot of file modifications we recommend to use this Theme instead of the original Theme. Updating wil be much easier then.
    Version: 1.0
    Author: Kriesi
    Author URI: http://kriesi.at
    Template: enfold
    /*Add your own styles here:*/

    And I have no footer.php in the child theme folder.

    Sorry I’m not an expert ;)
    In addition I use wordpress for 2 weeks before I was using joomla.



    Please change the theme name on line and in combination use the nolink in footer copyrights you should be good/

    Theme Name: Enfold Child



    ok renaming works but this removes the changes I made.
    But cons I do not see where change the url and where change “WordPress Theme by Kriesi”
    I do not want to use the nolink. I want this feature to be reserved for a possible future customer.



    Ok great! to solve the next thing please copy the footer.php from main enfold theme and place it in child theme folder and edit the following lines as below

    <?php echo $copyright . $kriesi_at_backlink; ?>

    and change it to

    <?php echo $copyright; ?>



    No it does not. this removes everything except the automatic copyright.
    This is not what I want.

    I do not see how this “<?php echo $copyright; ?>” could change this: “WordPress Theme by Kriesi”
    and change the url

    We must change the contents of this: $kriesi_at_backlink

    And ideally I need to delete the name of the theme because I do not need and this complicates the change.

    Obviously it is composed in part 3.

    The theme name in the css
    the phrase “WordPress Theme by Kriesi” I do not know where the change
    and the url I do not know where the change.



    Please add following code to Functions.php file in Appearance > Editor

    function new_nolink(){
    $kriesi_at_backlink = " - <a href='http://kriesi.at' target='_blank'>Here is your new backlink</a>";
    return $kriesi_at_backlink;



    Perfect! Thank you very much!!!



    You are welcome!
    For your information, you can take a look at Enfold documentation here – http://kriesi.at/documentation/enfold/
    And if there are features that you wish Enfold had, you can request them and vote the requested ones here – https://kriesi.at/support/enfold-feature-requests/
    For any other questions or issues, feel free to post them here on the forum and we will gladly try to help you :)


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