Removing "Images by Flickr" below the footer...


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Dave

Posted: 10/12/2012
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How do you remove "Images by Flickr" below the footer of the template before exporting it? I had used some Flickr images as place-holders initially, but am now using my own images.
 
Frank

Posted: 10/13/2012
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I have this issue too. Have yet to figure it out.
 
Dave

Posted: 10/13/2012
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Let me know if you have any luck, Frank. I will do the same.
 
loconz

Posted: 10/13/2012
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you can turn of "use online images" in your preferences then it wont use flickr images. there are a lot of bugs at present so Im just turnign off everthing that causes these issues... unfortunately I also had to turn off "include content" as well...
 
loconz

Posted: 10/17/2012
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It seems the flickr message will go away of you select remove artisteer backlink in the export options.
 
Scot

Posted: 10/24/2012
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or you can edit index.php file from joomla templates section and remove the line at the bottom.
 
loconz

Posted: 11/24/2012
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The problem I had:
If you add a flickr image then it will add the tag on the bottom.
If you later remove the image the Tag remains.

A solution that worked: -Try removing and adding the backlink, You should find it resets itself.


 
MrRaff

Posted: 11/28/2012
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I had the same issue, TanyaG. from support helped me with that.
It worked for me, just follow the instructions.

Please add this code in the .css file or under the Export -> Options -> CSS options:

#art-licence-links
{
display:none;
}


 
Josicus

Posted: 12/24/2012
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MrRaff solution will work. You could also edit footer.php file and remove the code displaying this line.
 
WoodburyChip

Posted: 2/26/2013
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A couple of added notes, neither of which are praise for Artiseer.

1) If you add a picture to the layout - then remove it from the layout - THE PICTURE CREDIT REMAINS.

2) the work-around posted above works, but a note about quality of programming:

#art-licence-links { display:none; }

"License" is misspelled above, BUT THIS WORKS - so the *native* CSS is misspelled.

I have to say every time I revisit this program the less I like it.
 
Rayzak

Posted: 3/5/2013
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i used to have same problem so i follow MrRaff instruction and it work...IT VERY ESSAY CLICK ON export THEN option THEN css option PASTE THE BELLOW CODE IN THE SPACE additional CSS styles.... that all.


#art-licence-links
{
display:none;
}

 
Dave

Posted: 7/23/2013
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If you are not good with CSS where would you paste this exactly?
 
Ruud van Eck

Posted: 3/3/2014
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Thank you!

for Dave,

You can add the code in Artisteer.


 
Norm

Posted: 10/30/2014
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I just ran into the picture contributor thing. Super thanks to MrRaff and WoodburyChip. Easy, elegant, and it got rid of the pesky squiggle at the bottom of the page!