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Our customers often ask us if they are allowed to remove Joomla-Monster link from a footer area of the template. Some of customers think that they must pay for the permission to remove the copyright information from the footer, on the other hand some of customers think that they purchased the permission with the template.

 

However not all Joomla template providers allow to remove the company footer link for free, they often charge for rebranding.
Joomla-Monster allows you to delete copyrights information from the template footer area for FREE.

Take a look at the short guide and learn how to remove the code from the template.

Templates for Joomla 2.5

Edit index.php file of the template that is located in templates/your-template-name/index.php

The code is located at the bottom of the file and look as follows:

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Templates for Joomla 3.x

Edit footer.php file of the template that is located in templates/you-template-name/tpl/blocks/footer.php

The code looks as follows:

joomla-monster-footerlinkJ3

 

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