how do I edit BACKWARD LINKS?

reichert
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reichert posted this 21 November 2015

hello, how do I edit BACKWARD LINKS?

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Thank you

hello, how do I edit BACKWARD LINKS? Please, see this http://prntscr.com/955new Thank you
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lesergei
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lesergei posted this 21 November 2015

Hi,

https://answers.themler.com/questions/18854/editing-backward-links

Hi, https://answers.themler.com/questions/18854/editing-backward-links
Support Team
Support Team posted this 21 November 2015

Hello Junior,
the backward link re hardcoded in the template files which are located in the folder

\ThemeName\templates\

Open the file and look for the code

<div class="bd-container-inner">
    <a href="http://www.templates.themler.com/joomla_templates" target="_blank">Joomla Template</a> created with <a href ='http://www.themler.com' target="_blank">Themler</a>.
</div>

Regards,
Aileen

Hello Junior, the backward link re hardcoded in the template files which are located in the folder \ThemeName\templates\ Open the file and look for the code <div class="bd-container-inner"> <a href="http://www.templates.themler.com/joomla_templates" target="_blank">Joomla Template</a> created with <a href ='http://www.themler.com' target="_blank">Themler</a>. </div> Regards, Aileen
JohnR
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JohnR posted this 27 January 2016

when can we expect after a few years in asking for this to have your backlinks removed?

when can we expect after a few years in asking for this to have your backlinks removed?
reichert
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reichert posted this 27 January 2016

Hello Junior,
the backward link re hardcoded in the template files which are located in the folder

\ThemeName\templates\

Open the file and look for the code

&lt;div class&gt;

> <a href target>Joomla Template</a> created with <a href target>Themler</a>.
> </div>

Regards,
Aileen

thank you

> Hello Junior, > the backward link re hardcoded in the template files which are located in the folder > > \ThemeName\templates\ > > > > Open the file and look for the code > > &lt;div class&gt; &gt; &lt;a href target&gt;Joomla Template&lt;/a&gt; created with &lt;a href target&gt;Themler&lt;/a&gt;. &gt; &lt;/div&gt; > > Regards, > Aileen thank you
Support Team
Support Team posted this 28 January 2016

Hi,

Note that backward links can be easily removed by simply deleting the appropriate control.

Sincerely,
Hella

Hi, Note that backward links can be easily removed by simply deleting the appropriate control. Sincerely, Hella
JohnR
28 Posts
JohnR posted this 28 January 2016

Hi Hella,

No it's not easily removed and besides that, it's embedded within the HTML code even if you remove the "front end" part of it. If this was a FREE software, I'm all for you all doing that, but for a PAID software, that's another story.

Hi Hella, No it's not easily removed and besides that, it's embedded within the HTML code even if you remove the "front end" part of it. If this was a **FREE** software, I'm all for you all doing that, but for a **PAID** software, that's another story.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 01 February 2016

Hi John,

I'm not quite understand what you mean. If you purchased subscription you can remove Backward Link control and save theme. The page source will not contain the backward link provided in this control.
Please explain is some details what do you mean by "it's embedded within the HTML code even if you remove the "front end" part of it" .

Thank you,
Olivia

Hi John, I'm not quite understand what you mean. If you purchased subscription you can remove Backward Link control and save theme. The page source will not contain the backward link provided in this control. Please explain is some details what do you mean by "it's embedded within the HTML code even if you remove the "front end" part of it" . Thank you, Olivia
JohnR
28 Posts
JohnR posted this 01 February 2016

Hi Olivia,

It may have been an older version of Themler I was using, but after creating a new template today to show you what I meant, I was not able to find the backlinks any longer to themler, so this is resolved.

On a side note relating to backlinks, it would be great if we can edit this and put our own links in.

Thanks
JR

Hi Olivia, It may have been an older version of Themler I was using, but after creating a new template today to show you what I meant, I was not able to find the backlinks any longer to themler, so this is resolved. On a side note relating to backlinks, it would be great if we can edit this and put our own links in. Thanks JR
Support Team
Support Team posted this 02 February 2016

Thanks, we'll consider that suggestion.

For now I can suggest you the following workaround. Add a blank section, design it as you wish, add the links you want and then export the section to .zip. Then you will be able to import it into any other theme within any section.

Sincerely,
Hella

Thanks, we'll consider that suggestion. For now I can suggest you the following workaround. Add a blank section, design it as you wish, add the links you want and then export the section to .zip. Then you will be able to import it into any other theme within any section. Sincerely, Hella
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