Footer Removal

Discussion in 'Templates customization' started by darren, Nov 15, 2012.

  1. darren

    darren Member

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    I simply want to remove the following but have no idea where it is. I'm using the wordpress theme of my site so I think it's different than creating a custom theme. Any ideas?

    aMember Pro™ 4.2.13.4d4e034 by aMember.com © 2002–2012 CGI-Central.Net

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  2. davidm1

    davidm1 aMember User & Partner

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    Are you using the wordpress plugin/theme?
    yes? amember/application/default/plugins/protect/wordpress/amember.php

    no? amember/application/default/views/layout.phtml

    David
  3. darren

    darren Member

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    Perfect! Thanks!
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    jamesmcroy New Member

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  5. hpca

    hpca New Member

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    Perfect. Worked for me as well. Thanks everyone for asking / answering the question. I agree with @jamesmcroy . . . adding this to the wiki pages under the customization would help others in the future.

    Thanks,
    Gary
  6. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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  7. darren

    darren Member

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    I believe the latest update 4.2.14 broke this. I haven't changed anything in my custom wordpress theme folder yet now the aMember footer is showing up again. I believe the issue lies within <div class="am-body-content-wrapper am-main"> Where do I change that? There is a thin gray vertical line that goes up both sides of the page. Wasn't there before the upgrade.

    Anyone else have issues with upgrading?
  8. darren

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    OK. I found the error. It's the amember.css file in the application/default/views/public/css folder. Is there a way to keep the changes I make in that css file from changing when I update? Would make sense that there would be a place to both put the file and call for it from the custom wordpress folder. Ideas?
  9. alexander

    alexander Administrator Staff Member

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    Create /amember/application/default/views/public/css/site.css and place your changes in that file. It will be included after amember.cssso your CSS classes would overwrite default classes.

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