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[Resolved] Removing the Copyright message in the bottom bar

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  • #489808
    Steve Haines

    I have the premium version. I’m confused reading the instructions. The copyright is in the Black (Bottom Bar) There is also a White (Footer)? I’m assuming that I copy the code exactly as it is, into the copyright box and hit PUBLISH? Then is the copyright message gone? Or the whole Black Bottom bar gone completely? Or is the White Footer gone completely?
    Please advise! I’m a non techy
    Help!

    Steve

    GeneratePress 2.0.2
    #489971
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi Steve,

    I assume all you want in the copyright section is just the logo + contact me?

    If so you can copy and paste the HTML into the copyright section in the customizer: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/changing-the-copyright-message/

    Let me know if this helps 🙂

    #490575
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    The GP copyright message is there by default.

    As soon as you add something into the copyright field here: https://docs.generatepress.com/article/changing-the-copyright-message/

    The default GP copyright message will disappear.

    Let me know if this helps 🙂

    #491171
    Steve Haines

    Hi Leo

    I do not wish to remove the black Bottom bar completely?

    I only wish to remove the copyright message in The Black Bottom Bar area!

    I’m still unclear what to do here Leo?

    You say type SOMETHING into the copyright field?

    I have the pro version … and it says REMOVES the entire Footer!

    I wish to be clear here …. I only want instructions to remove the Generate press copyright message from The BOTTOM BAR

    Please note that i’m a non techy …

    I really need a bespoke step by step intruction as I don’t understand the documentation clearly enough.

    And I don’t want to break things!

    Thanks Leo

    Please advise

    Steve

    #491453
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Try go into Layout > Footer then copy this HTML below into the Copyright field:
    <img src="https://www.stevehainescounsellor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Steve-logo1-300x140.png">

    Your logo should replace the GP default copyright message.

    Let me know 🙂

    #491476
    Steve Haines

    Hi Leo

    That has worked amazingly!

    So grateful for your help!

    Just one small question Leo please?

    Will it revert back again after a Generate Press update or when 2019 comes around?

    Thank you for all your help.

    Warmest Regards

    Steve

    #491617
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    All the settings in the customizer will be saved through updates so you are good.

    No problem at all 🙂

    #491636
    Steve Haines

    That’s fantastic Leo

    Thank you again for all your help and support.

    I will leave you a review.

    Warmest regards

    Steve

    #491716
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    No problem at all 🙂

    Thanks for the review!

    #494272
    Steve Haines

    Hi Leo

    The help you gave me was amazing for removing the GeneratePress Copyright message.
    I can’t thank you enough.

    The question I have now is a little cheeky one!
    But if I don’t ask … I won’t get!

    I have just built my wife a site using GeneratePress Pro too.

    And we have put this code that you gave me for my site ….
    Which did the trick amazingly

    This is what you gave me to put into the copyright section.

    <img src="https://www.stevehainescounsellor.co.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/02/Steve-logo1-300x140.png" />

    Unfortunately that shows up on the wife’s site as the Image and Steve Haines Counselling Services.

    Is there a way to display JUST THE IMAGE for the wife’s site?
    Or to edit that code to Read Debra Haines Counselling Services at the side of the image instead of my name?

    It’s a long shot Leo.

    I know you are a busy man.

    I would be eternally grateful.

    Warmest Regards

    Steve Haines

    https://stevehainescounsellor.co.uk

    #494503
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Just the image from the same logo?

    Then you will need to crop the image 🙂

    #494521
    Steve Haines

    I knew you might say something like that Leo.

    As a non techy.

    I would not have a clue which bit went where.

    Thanks anyway Leo

    Warmest Wishes

    Steve

    #494570
    Tom
    Lead Developer
    Lead Developer

    Hi Steve,

    1. Upload the image in the Media Library.
    2. Click/open the image, and click the “Edit Image” button: https://www.screencast.com/t/GwEFVEIqVajv
    3. Now with your cursor, click, hold and drag to “draw” the area of the image you want: https://www.screencast.com/t/KlzWvw32Ov
    4. Click the crop icon (first icon in the row above), and save.

    That should be it! 🙂

    #494701
    Steve Haines

    Hi Tom

    Thank you for the instructions.
    I’m grateful …

    I cropped the altered image in my media Library (Without) The additional writing
    Ie; Steve Haines Counselling services .. But I’m left with just a steve logo

    Where do I find the HTML Code like the one you sent me for my site, in our previous replies.

    Sorry to be a pain Tom

    Warmest Regards

    Steve

    #494715
    Leo
    Staff
    Customer Support

    So now that the image is properly cropped, we just need the image URL.

    You can get it by opening the image in WordPress media, then double click on the URL field to copy it.

    Like this: http://www.screencast.com/t/j9fOP5G6IFtB

    If you copy that URL here, I can write the HTML for you 🙂

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