Friday, February 6, 2009

How to Change or Remove Youjoomla.com Copyright

In my other post, we discussed how to change or remove designed by JoomlArt.com in Joomla 1.5 template. Now I'll show you trick how to change or delete YouJoomla footer (do not change the original designer name with our name, it violates the Intellectual Property Rights).

This is just sharing all the things i know, please don't use this if you don't have "Template Copyright removal" right, related to this (from the youjoomla faq):

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Can I remove Youjoomla.com Copyright ?

Note: This is valid for all new memberships and products purchased and released after Dec 31st 2008 . This rule does not apply to memberships and products purchased and released before Dec 31st 2008.

All copyright notices in extensions must remain in tact!

Template Copyright removal can be purchased here for additional $35.00 per domain.

Developer membership:

Club Members who own Developer Membership can remove the templates copyright and reference "Designed by YourCompany" or "Powered by YourCompany".
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The file we have to edit is like JoomlArt's, not in the "real" location.
The location of the phrase "Copyright ... YouJoomla.com" is in the folder / file:
templates> you_(name_of_the_template)> links.php
Open it with the text editor we favored :p . Now it's up to you whether it replaced (for example: "Managed by ..."," Powered by ... ") or just deleted.

If you want to quote or re-publish this article: ASK PERMISSION Before You Copy Anything. And it would be wise, if you mention/write this article source.

PLEASE COMMENT, SO I WILL KNOW IF IT STILL WORKING OR NOT FOR NEW TEMPLATES

46 comments:

  1. awesome work dude

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  2. Thanks. Hope this helpful.

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  3. very helpful, this is what I was looking for so long

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  4. what is the folder?

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  5. you rock buddy, it works fine.

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  6. Thanks ... U're a saint!!! :)

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  7. I'm just like you all... I'm not even a PHP programmer,, just curious and don't like "the inconvenient"... qeqeqe... Glad it help me and you all...

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  8. it should be very useful

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  9. super, it is working dude:)

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  10. Thanks. Youjoomla do not provide support for its subscribers on simple questions like how to create horizontal module positions in its templates. They super-code everything to make subscribers upgrade to Developers Membership. Sad. If any one knows how to create horizontal module positions, please do share.

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  11. Just tried this, and it was spot on, worked like a charm... thanks for the very useful info, you saved me a lot of time...cheers ;)

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  12. No it does not work at all, there is no file like Links.php in template root folder or main website root folder. please update your article

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  13. Thanks, great tips. its work.

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  14. /templates/yougrids/yjsgcore/yjsg_links.php

    That's where you want to go for that particular template. Not that I condone this kind of behavior or anything:D

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  15. thnx... :D it really helped me... gotten rid of the shitty "Custom design by YouJoomla.com"

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  16. I have no such folder mod_footer. What should I do?

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  17. @blogger: which youjoomla's template did you use?

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  18. Just comment out:



    from /templates/yougrids/yjsgcore/yjsg_main.php

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  19. how about the copyright image in the lower right corner, it says, "Powered by YJSG Framework"? thanks in advance

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  20. yjsglogo.png

    delete this file from the template images and the "powered by YJSG Framework" will go

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  21. Mantap Juragan.
    Udah ubek2 google, ketemu di sini.

    TOP BGT....

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  22. Does not work in the new template for joomla 1.6

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  23. anyone w/ help on this for 1.6?

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  24. For 1.6 you can turn it off in the template manager

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  25. now the page is in public_html/templates/yougrids/yjsgcore

    and is yjsg_links.php

    good job mate thanks a lot

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  26. Thank you very much for sharing this nice and helpful information.

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  27. It works perfect. Thanks

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  28. thanks still working

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  29. Much appreciated. Works perfectly.

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  30. its on the template -- > yjsgcore --> yjsgcore_links.php

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  31. For me it does work at all...
    I cant deled this one Copyright © youretro 2012 All rights reserved. ....

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  32. I want to change "the joomla template club" from the bottom.
    please suggest me.
    thanks

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  33. funny how you demand copy protection for writing an article on how to defeat someone else copyright. What a fucking ass hole!

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  34. Did you read my foreword : This is just sharing all the things i know, please DON'T USE THIS IF YOU DON'T HAVE "TEMPLATE COPYRIGHT REMOVAL" RIGHT.
    Even though you have it, did they told you how to add your company name (or what else) next to theirs?
    We can just delete their footer and make our own footer, but it make theirs disappear.
    So who is really "What a f**k*ng *ss hole?" here!

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  35. Works like a charm. Thanks dude!

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  36. Don`t listen to that justsharing
    all smart ppl face the same war
    keep it going genius

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  37. Dear Justsharing
    I found this file in /templates/youheadline/yjsgcore
    I delete it and it`s finish or this is wrong file?
    Kindly advice

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  38. we help us, to create a new web site

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