Remove Copyright from the Footer of a WordPress Website

Remove Copyright from the Footer of a WordPress Website

This post was last updated on January 5th, 2022. We address two points in this blog post. The first is how to Remove Copyright from the footer of a WordPress Website.  And Replacing Copyright with your own credits is the second. Some refer to Copyright as website credits. The common methods are:  Customizer, using an Astra Starter Template the footer widget area,  a plugin, or revising the footer.php code. For most personal blogs, hiding or removing the WordPress branding is not high on the priority list. Having a website complete with its brand logo is highly sought for corporations and …

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Baton WordPress theme: Hero Widgets

With the release of our new feature-packed theme, Baton Pro, there are a few select features we’d like to talk about. Today we proudly introduce to you, Baton Hero. What is Baton Hero? Baton Hero is a display type of our free widget, Note. The main purpose of the Baton Hero layout is to showcase content with an image behind it. This is great for a piece of content that you would love to feature on your website! Baton Hero was designed to be used on the Front Page of your website. Why you ask? The Front Page is the first place …

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How to Make WooCommerce Thumbnails Clickable

WooCommerce is super-popular plugin for selling digital or physical products from your WordPress website. It’s used by tens-of-thousands of shops around the world. It’s quite an amazing plugin but lacks one simple interface function — clickable product images in the store view! Crazy right? Unfortunately, it’s going to take some developer chops to get this working as there isn’t a simple one-click action for this in the settings. Luckily for you in this post, we’ll show you how to make those WooCommerce thumbnails clickable.

How to center a logo in your WordPress theme

Sometimes what seems to be a trivial task can end up being a huge undertaking. Even with the countless customization options available for your WordPress website, small edits can mean a lot of work. One for instance, which pops up a lot in our support requests, is centering a logo. A majority of our themes are styled with the traditional left alignment found in many of today’s traditional website layouts. In the instance one of our customer’s wants to center a logo and depending on the theme they’ve purchased from us, we have to direct them to edit their style.css file. This can …

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Remove the Page Title WordPress

Remove the Title from a WordPress Page

This article has been updated in March of 2019. WordPress is a great platform, initially designed for blogs; now the popular Content Management System is widely used for business sites. But not all of it’s “features” translate well into business websites. Page and post titles are one. But there are some steps you can follow when trying to remove the title from a WordPress page. In a WordPress website every page and post have a title, and in many cases, having a big old title at the top of your page might look awkward. There might be other cases (business …

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Edit User Roles WordPress

Choose the right WordPress User Role for your client

It’s 10 o’clock at night and you receive an email from your client. You know the one I’m talking about. Your client — the one who demanded Administrative access to your site yet doesn’t understand WordPress — managed to find the Editor and turned your once stable creation into a scary white screen of death (WSOD). It’s a nightmare, but by setting the right expectations with a client and with the help of a free plugin, you can provide the client with the just the right amount of access to their site. End result: The client is happy. You are …

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Align the header WordPress

Choose the right WordPress header layout for your website

Consider this the beginning of our series on building, selling, and managing WordPress websites for clients. We start our series on creating easy WordPress sites for clients from the top. The header is perhaps the most important piece of the website. After a large call-to-action or image on the front page, it is going to be the first thing a person sees when visiting their site. The following resource discusses different header options and how to determine which is right for you or your client.