- October 17, 2017 at 2:13 am #1329036
I’ve tried to find the copyright in the theme (function.php or the panel) but i cannot find this damn thing.
It’s super annoying to waste time on those sorts of things when you bought a premium pack in order to avoid those “free + copyright links” tasks…
You really should do a pro version of all your theme just to avoid this waste of time because time is money and wasting 15 mn trying to find it, then wasting 5 mn posting… no comment.October 17, 2017 at 4:36 am #1329046
You can find the copyright code in line number 445 of file functions.php.
ThemeGrill Support TeamOctober 17, 2017 at 6:57 am #1329072
And modifying this made all my layout disappear.. 1 hour lost for nothing. Seriously, don’t you want to do a pro version of all your free theme integrating a copyright modification straight in the theme options?
I cannot afford to spend time on this small things and having issues whereas that would take you 10 minutes to offer that to your premium customers, instead of having to modify the code in order to get what we want……October 22, 2017 at 10:31 am #1329702
Some of the themes we create may not be having the pro version of the theme. However, you can achieve whatever you may need via the child theme. And regarding the theme settings, WordPress will recognize the child theme as new theme and hence you may need to customize the settings again for the Customize Options. Hope you can understand that. Thanks.
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