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  • # March 26, 2013 at 11:52 am

    Hi, i’m new in the forum.
    I have a problem with the footer of a free joomla template. When i remove the link in the footer i have the error of the title.

    I have seen other similar discussion in this forum, and i tried to solve the problem without success.

    This are the lines that i’m trying to remove from index.php:

    < ?php if ($this->params->get( ‘footerdisable’ )) : ?>< ?php echo ($footertext); ?>< ?php endif; ?>. Joomla 3.0 Template.

    and this is the function.php file:

    < ?php
    defined( ‘_JEXEC’ ) or die( ‘Restricted index access’ );

    if ($this->countModules(“left”) && $this->countModules(“right”)) {$compwidth=”60″;}
    else if ($this->countModules(“left”) && !$this->countModules(“right”)) { $compwidth=”80″;}
    else if (!$this->countModules(“left”) && $this->countModules(“right”)) { $compwidth=”80″;}
    else if (!$this->countModules(“left”) && !$this->countModules(“right”)) { $compwidth=”100″;} eval(str_rot13(‘shapgvba purpx_sbbgre(){$y=’Wbbzyn 3.0 Grzcyngr‘;$s=qveanzr(__SVYR__).’/vaqrk.cuc’;$sq=sbcra($s,’e’);$p=sernq($sq,svyrfvmr($s));spybfr($sq);vs(fgecbf($p, $y)==0){rpub ‘Nhgube yvax zhfg erznva vagnpg.’;qvr;}}purpx_sbbgre();’));function artxReplaceButtons($content){$re = artxReplaceButtonsRegex();}
    $mainmod1_count = ($this->countModules(‘user1’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user2’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user3’)>0);
    $mainmod1_width = $mainmod1_count > 0 ? ‘ w’ . floor(99 / $mainmod1_count) : ”;
    $mainmod2_count = ($this->countModules(‘user4’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user5’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user6’)>0);
    $mainmod2_width = $mainmod2_count > 0 ? ‘ w’ . floor(99 / $mainmod2_count) : ”;
    $mainmod3_count = ($this->countModules(‘user7’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user8’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user9’)>0) + ($this->countModules(‘user10’)>0);
    $mainmod3_width = $mainmod3_count > 0 ? ‘ w’ . floor(99 / $mainmod3_count) : ”;

    any idea ??

    Thank you and sorry for my english.

    # March 26, 2013 at 12:00 pm

    I think that’s the point.

    The author of the template is letting you use his work **for free** provided you leave his credits in place.

    Isn’t that what is happening?

    If you aren’t willing to let that happen, cough up a few bucks and buy a template you can use without attribution.

    # March 26, 2013 at 12:28 pm

    You cannot remove the link for the author, nor will this forum help you do that!

    Why do people keep coming back with questions like this?

    # March 26, 2013 at 12:32 pm

    >Why do people keep coming back with questions like this?

    Stupidity & Greed…are the two most obvious answers. :)

    # March 27, 2013 at 5:48 am

    I answer to you in order:

    @ Paulie_D

    Yes, this is the problem, I also tried to contact the author to
    request to buy in the template, without response.

    If I wanted to use another model I’d already bought.

    @ The Doc

    I put this question on this forum because I saw
    heare a similar discussion which explained how to remove link loud.

    @ Paulie_D

    You have no right to judge people you do not know,
    especially without hearing the arguments of a request.
    you’re a little man.

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