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Rick

Posted: 3/16/2009
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I created a WP template and in the footer is listed Contact Us | Terms Of Use | Trademarks | Privacy Statement They are clickable links however when clicked I am not taken to those pages. Is there any way to delete Terms Of Use and Trademarks? If so where and what code am I looking for? How do I create the Contact Us and Privacy Statement so that when I click on it it actually shows up?

I appreciate any help I can get here!

Rick
 
Marc Smith

Posted: 3/16/2009
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Those links are in the footer.php

Depending on if you are working in Wordpress, Drupal. Joomla or HTML, how you make the pages are all different but the basic premise is:

1. Create the page.
2. Get the URL for the created page.
3. Open footer.php
4. Put the url into the proper 'spot' in the code.

To remove the links, just open the footer.php and find the code for those links and delete them, then save the file.
 
Rick

Posted: 3/16/2009
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Marc;

If I am using a WP format do I create the page in WP? I already did that and the page shows up in WP adimin under pages however when I click the link it does not open the page. You can see what I mean by going to www.digitalcamerazoom.net

Does that mean I have to create a .php or .html page and upload it to the root directory for the WP blog? for ex use the link for ex. www.digitalcamerazoom.com/thankyou


Thanks,


Rick
 
Marc Smith

Posted: 3/16/2009
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In Wordpress, create the page, just like you would create any other page.

Once you have created the page, you will need to get the URL for that page. Put the PAGES widget in the sidebar so you can see the list of pages.

Mouse over the "Privacy" pade and you should see the URL for that page (or you can just click on it andhave thepage come up).

Take that URL and place it in the footer.php in the code that looks like:

 

<a href="#">Contact Us</a> | <a href="#">Terms of Use</a> | <a href="#">Trademarks</a>
| <a href="#">Privacy Policy</a><br />
Copyright &copy; 2009 . All Rights Reserved.</p>


so it will look like this:
http://www.digitalcamerazoom.net/#
 

<a href="http://www.digitalcamerazoom.net/contactus.pagename.here">Contact Us</a> |
<a href="seeabove">Terms of Use</a> |
<a href="seeabove">Trademarks</a> |
<a href="#">Privacy Policy</a><br />
Copyright &copy; 2009 . All Rights Reserved.</p>

 
Mike Hulse

Posted: 3/27/2009
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Is there a planned addition in an upcoming upgrade to be able to do this through the software rather than having to edit footer.php. As it is everything more or less is done within the software, why is this excluded? Seems a step backwards.
 
Per Olav

Posted: 4/24/2009
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Quote Marc Smith:
To remove the links, just open the footer.php and find the code for those links and delete them, then save the file.


I love Artisteer and this forum is great for newbies like me.

I have made some tweaks by reading the postings but when it comes to removing the footer links I'm stuck. The footer.php looks like:

<div class="Footer">
<div class="Footer-inner">
<a href="<?php bloginfo('rss2_url'); ?>" class="rss-tag-icon" title="RSS"></a>
<div class="Footer-text">
<p>
<?php
global $default_footer_content;
$footer_content = get_option('art_footer_content');
if ($footer_content === false) $footer_content = $default_footer_content;
echo $footer_content;
?>
</p>
</div>
</div>
<div class="Footer-background">
</div>
</div>

</div>
</div>
<div class="cleared"></div>
<p class="page-footer">Powered by <a href="http://wordpress.org/">WordPress</a></p>
</div>

<!-- <?php printf(__('%d queries. %s seconds.', 'kubrick'), get_num_queries(), timer_stop(0, 3)); ?> -->
<div><?php wp_footer(); ?></div>
</body>
</html>

Which code should be deleted to remove the footer links?
TIA
Per Olav

 
Garry

Posted: 4/26/2009
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If you dont know much HTML you can just find out text that got displayed in your footer and simply remove it from your footer.php by finding it
 
D

Posted: 5/2/2009
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http://tidbits.ben-mullikin.com/
 
juedm

Posted: 5/21/2009
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Some Premium themes, I have found, include this information in their theme because it is hard coded into the functions to 'get.url.contact' etc.

With Artisteer files I have found that your URL for 'Contact' , 'Policy' etc., can be various configurations.

Because WP allows you to set your URLS under Permalinks, your URL could be 'page=12', or 'http://www.website.com/categories/contact-us/'

Since these actual files don't exist when you create your Theme, they'll need to be added later through the footer.php file.

A pretty normal scenario using themes.
 
Alex

Posted: 6/1/2009
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How to delete the: "Contact Us | Terms Of Use | Trademarks | Privacy Statement" link and change with links to other domain ??

 
Les

Posted: 6/2/2009
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I just found out how to alter or delete the: "Contact Us | Terms Of Use | Trademarks | Privacy Statement" link in the footer. Using Wordpress 2.7 I went into the Theme Editor and clicked on the Theme Functions link. Near the top is a code section that looks like this:

$default_footer_content = "<a href='#'>Contact Us</a> | <a href='#'>Terms of Use</a> | <a href='#'>Trademarks</a> | <a href='#'>Privacy Statement</a><br/>Copyright &copy; 2009 ".get_bloginfo('name').". All Rights Reserved.";

Here you can do whatever you need. However, you might first want to back up this file.
 
visitor

Posted: 2/28/2010
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I went into the Theme Editor and clicked on the Theme Functions link.


Thanks for that. I was wondering though if someone knows how to edit the php? I am creating free designs for people to use and want to upload the zip files without the footer text included.
 
eSmart Stores

Posted: 3/1/2010
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Click the colored palette icon at the very top left (or click the drop-down arrow next to "Export" in the top menu, click "Export Options", click "Footnote" on the left of the pop-up window then un-check the box for "Include backward links to the CMS and Artisteer".
 
Taz Devil

Posted: 3/2/2010
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the part you need to remove to stop the footer links is:-


<?php
global $default_footer_content;
$footer_content = get_option('art_footer_content');
if ($footer_content === false) $footer_content = $default_footer_content;
echo $footer_content;
?>


 
KACartlidge

Posted: 6/13/2010
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Another option is to go to Appearance->Editor in your WordPress Admin page, ensure the right theme is selected in the drop-down to the right, then click on the file called "Theme Functions"/functions.php to edit it.

When that file shows in the window, look about 20 lines down and it will be obvious how to change the footer content.
 
KACartlidge

Posted: 6/13/2010
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Quote KACartlidge:

Another option is to go to Appearance->Editor in your WordPress Admin page, ensure the right theme is selected in the drop-down to the right, then click on the file called "Theme Functions"/functions.php to edit it.

When that file shows in the window, look about 20 lines down and it will be obvious how to change the footer content.


Should have mentioned, for this default to take effect you would need to remove the current entry from the options table in your Wordpress database.

In retrospect, then, the best way is to amend the database entry. That's what I do on mine.

If you use phpmyadmin or some other MySQL GUI to browse your wordpress database, you'll find a table called "something_options" (where 'something' varies according to your wp installation). In there you'll find a row whose option name is "art_footer_content". Edit that row and change the option_value to read whatever you want. The change is reflected instantly on your site. No code editing is required.
 
Nelso

Posted: 12/4/2010
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I found the code to be removed in the Page Template (page.php) file, right at the very end.
 
Sudhakaran

Posted: 3/14/2011
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I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.
 
OMGNinjas

Posted: 3/21/2011
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Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.



I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.
 
SKip

Posted: 4/17/2011
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Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.



I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?

 
HISPANIA

Posted: 4/26/2011
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Quote SKip:

Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.



I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?


Fix link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hi buddies, I found another way to change those links coming through FTP, you enter the following folders:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (The name of your theme) Example: TwentyTen
4. Here you opened the file "config.ini"
5. At the end of all find the "[footer]
6. There you will find "content = ..."
7. There you can change or add different links but only refer to the page that is not used to link an external website.

I hope I have helped, if you do not work try other ways.

I used Artisteer 3.0 and Wordpress 3.0

Good luck to all

P. S. Sorry for my English, I am Spanish and I translated it with Google: D

Truco para solucionar el problema de los link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hola compañeros, he encontrado otra manera de cambiar esos enlaces entrando por el ftp, entrais en las siguientes carpetas:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (El nombre de tu tema) Ejemplo: twentyten
4. Aqui abries el archivo "config.ini"
5. Al final del todo encontrareis el apartado "[footer]"
6. Ahi encontrareis "content = ..."
7. Ahi podeis cambiar o añadir los diferentes enlaces pero solo hacen referencia a la pagina es decir no sirve para enlacar una web externa.

Espero haberos ayudado, si no os funciona probara otras maneras.

Yo he usado Artisteer 3.0 y Wordpress 3.0

Buena suerte a todos :-) :-)
 
Jürgen

Posted: 4/26/2011
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Quote HISPANIA:

Quote SKip:

Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.


Thank you! That worked well!

I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?


Fix link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hi buddies, I found another way to change those links coming through FTP, you enter the following folders:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (The name of your theme) Example: TwentyTen
4. Here you opened the file "config.ini"
5. At the end of all find the "[footer]
6. There you will find "content = ..."
7. There you can change or add different links but only refer to the page that is not used to link an external website.

I hope I have helped, if you do not work try other ways.

I used Artisteer 3.0 and Wordpress 3.0

Good luck to all

P. S. Sorry for my English, I am Spanish and I translated it with Google: D

Truco para solucionar el problema de los link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hola compañeros, he encontrado otra manera de cambiar esos enlaces entrando por el ftp, entrais en las siguientes carpetas:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (El nombre de tu tema) Ejemplo: twentyten
4. Aqui abries el archivo "config.ini"
5. Al final del todo encontrareis el apartado "[footer]"
6. Ahi encontrareis "content = ..."
7. Ahi podeis cambiar o añadir los diferentes enlaces pero solo hacen referencia a la pagina es decir no sirve para enlacar una web externa.

Espero haberos ayudado, si no os funciona probara otras maneras.

Yo he usado Artisteer 3.0 y Wordpress 3.0

Buena suerte a todos :-) :-)

:-D
 
james

Posted: 5/1/2011
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Quote Jürgen:

Quote HISPANIA:

Quote SKip:

Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.


Thank you! That worked well!

I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?


Fix link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hi buddies, I found another way to change those links coming through FTP, you enter the following folders:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (The name of your theme) Example: TwentyTen
4. Here you opened the file "config.ini"
5. At the end of all find the "[footer]
6. There you will find "content = ..."
7. There you can change or add different links but only refer to the page that is not used to link an external website.

I hope I have helped, if you do not work try other ways.

I used Artisteer 3.0 and Wordpress 3.0

Good luck to all

P. S. Sorry for my English, I am Spanish and I translated it with Google: D

Truco para solucionar el problema de los link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hola compañeros, he encontrado otra manera de cambiar esos enlaces entrando por el ftp, entrais en las siguientes carpetas:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (El nombre de tu tema) Ejemplo: twentyten
4. Aqui abries el archivo "config.ini"
5. Al final del todo encontrareis el apartado "[footer]"
6. Ahi encontrareis "content = ..."
7. Ahi podeis cambiar o añadir los diferentes enlaces pero solo hacen referencia a la pagina es decir no sirve para enlacar una web externa.

Espero haberos ayudado, si no os funciona probara otras maneras.

Yo he usado Artisteer 3.0 y Wordpress 3.0

Buena suerte a todos :-) :-)

:-D



so how do you edit it in joomla?
 
Farbod

Posted: 5/26/2011
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I made my website with a HTML template. I uploaded it onto Wordpress themes, but I get the following message:

Broken Themes

The following themes are installed but incomplete. Themes must have a stylesheet and a template.

Name Description
ME-THE-HEALER-site-final.artx Stylesheet is missing.


Does anyone knows how to change the HTML site to Wordpress, without any cosmetic changes?

Thanks so much in advance.

Farbod
 
Garry

Posted: 5/31/2011
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@ Farbod

It seems like you are trying to upload the .artx file instead of your exported Wordpress theme, in Artisteer click export on top, export it as Wordpress theme and upload as following: http://www.artisteer.com/?p=help_wordpress

 
Mraky

Posted: 8/2/2011
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Quote Jürgen:

Quote HISPANIA:

Quote SKip:

Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.


Thank you! That worked well!

I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?


Fix link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hi buddies, I found another way to change those links coming through FTP, you enter the following folders:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (The name of your theme) Example: TwentyTen
4. Here you opened the file "config.ini"
5. At the end of all find the "[footer]
6. There you will find "content = ..."
7. There you can change or add different links but only refer to the page that is not used to link an external website.

I hope I have helped, if you do not work try other ways.

I used Artisteer 3.0 and Wordpress 3.0

Good luck to all

P. S. Sorry for my English, I am Spanish and I translated it with Google: D

Truco para solucionar el problema de los link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hola compañeros, he encontrado otra manera de cambiar esos enlaces entrando por el ftp, entrais en las siguientes carpetas:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (El nombre de tu tema) Ejemplo: twentyten
4. Aqui abries el archivo "config.ini"
5. Al final del todo encontrareis el apartado "[footer]"
6. Ahi encontrareis "content = ..."
7. Ahi podeis cambiar o añadir los diferentes enlaces pero solo hacen referencia a la pagina es decir no sirve para enlacar una web externa.

Espero haberos ayudado, si no os funciona probara otras maneras.

Yo he usado Artisteer 3.0 y Wordpress 3.0

Buena suerte a todos :-) :-)

:-D


It works !! Thank you very much 8-)
 
hamid

Posted: 8/21/2011
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thanks for the best program
where i do create page ???in joomla
 
Garry

Posted: 8/23/2011
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I think you can easily add footer links from Appearance-> Theme options from your WP admin.
 
macsi

Posted: 8/24/2011
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Drupal 7

- install footer_message module
- set your own footer message through site-information
- assign the new "Footer message" block to the footer region
- enjoy
 
Dan V

Posted: 8/30/2011
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Thanks very much Hispania.
In ART3 There seems to be a stuff up in that deleting the footer text from the ART options does not remove it.
You have to manually delete it from the config.ini files 'content field.
Not easy to find thru Firebug either !
Artisteer please fix this - its an ugly fat squishy BUG !

Thx
DV

quote=HISPANIA]
Quote SKip:

Quote OMGNinjas:

Quote Sudhakaran:

I created the WP theme by using Artisteer 3.0.

The default footer content having the link1, link 2, and link, where i can edid this text.



I was just looking for that and I actually found it under APPEARANCE > THEME OPTIONS in the WordPress Control panel. Scroll down to around the middle, and there is a text box for HTML. You can tweak the function in there.


Ok, but is there a simpler way to remove it from all the pages created in HTML?


Fix link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hi buddies, I found another way to change those links coming through FTP, you enter the following folders:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (The name of your theme) Example: TwentyTen
4. Here you opened the file "config.ini"
5. At the end of all find the "[footer]
6. There you will find "content = ..."
7. There you can change or add different links but only refer to the page that is not used to link an external website.

I hope I have helped, if you do not work try other ways.

I used Artisteer 3.0 and Wordpress 3.0

Good luck to all

P. S. Sorry for my English, I am Spanish and I translated it with Google: D

Truco para solucionar el problema de los link 1 | link 2 | link 3

Hola compañeros, he encontrado otra manera de cambiar esos enlaces entrando por el ftp, entrais en las siguientes carpetas:

1. wp-content
2. themes
3. (El nombre de tu tema) Ejemplo: twentyten
4. Aqui abries el archivo "config.ini"
5. Al final del todo encontrareis el apartado "[footer]"
6. Ahi encontrareis "content = ..."
7. Ahi podeis cambiar o añadir los diferentes enlaces pero solo hacen referencia a la pagina es decir no sirve para enlacar una web externa.

Espero haberos ayudado, si no os funciona probara otras maneras.

Yo he usado Artisteer 3.0 y Wordpress 3.0

Buena suerte a todos :-) :-)


 
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