- January 9, 2017 at 6:04 am #1286323
There is no pro version of Explore theme. You can contact our Customization team for this.
They will surely help you.
Themegrill Support Team.June 3, 2017 at 4:42 am #1310313
Gostei do tema. Instalei no meu site Eco Solar o tema Accelerate by ThemeGrill. Gostaria de poder editar o rodapé e percebi que não é possível. Mas o preço a pagar é apenas ceder um backlink, estou satisfeito.June 5, 2017 at 6:54 am #1310516
Can you post your query in the English language?
ThemeGrill Support Team.June 6, 2017 at 12:20 am #1310623
I said that I installed the theme Accelerate by ThemeGrill and would like to edit the footer but I realized it is not possible. Still, I am satisfied with the choice.June 6, 2017 at 6:42 am #1310667
You can create a child theme of the theme and copy
footer.phpfile from the theme and paste to child theme’s root directory and change the file accordingly.
ThemeGrill Support Team.December 15, 2017 at 12:57 pm #1338063
hi everyone, This is my website (http://www.flyboxcafe.com/) I recently updated this site with ColorMag Theme. I am very new to this theme. I tried hard to remove footer copyright text. But it also going my site name in the footer. Is anyone there who can help me?January 9, 2018 at 5:25 am #1341037
Hello D V
Please check this reply:
https://themegrill.com/support-forum/topic/how-to-edit-copyright-footer/page/2/?view=all#post-1310667March 30, 2018 at 7:21 am #1365701
you can change the Copyright in the footer.
Go to the file functions.php which is in the path under your Ample theme in the subfolder inc (first make a copy by saving the file to a file called functions org.php for instance)and change the section copyright which looks like this;
$default_footer_value = sprintf( __( ‘Copyright © %1$s %2$s.’, ‘ample’ ), date( ‘Y’ ), $site_link ).’ ‘.sprintf( __( ‘Powered by %s.’, ‘ample’ ), $wp_link ).’ ‘.sprintf( __( ‘Theme: %1$s by %2$s.’, ‘ample’ ), ‘Ample’, $tg_link );
change the bit where it says ‘Ample’, ‘Powered by’ and ‘Theme….. by your own text like ‘Business name. All rights reserved’ or something similar. save the functions.php file and register in a word document what you changed so you can repeat it after an update to a newer version.
good luck guys, it’s a bit of a search where this file is but I’m sure you can find it in your hosting environment by using something like Direct admin etc.
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