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ProsperProsper ✭✭
edited March 2013 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8

Is it legal to remove the "Powered by Vanilla" statement on Vanilla forum software? If yes, how can I remove it from my site? Your answers will be appreciated.

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  • T_T

    Why would you even want to?

  • bh8vnbh8vn
    Answer ✓

    It's up to you but I think it's a kind of betrayal your source.
    May be it broke the copyright law, I think

  • 422422 Developer MVP
    edited January 2012 Answer ✓

    Check out the config files.

    I think you can remove, personally i think you shouldnt

  • AoleeAolee Hobbyist & Coder ✭✭

    Just a suggestion... sign up for a Vanilla Affiliate Program, and put your referral link there, this way you and vanilla benefits! :D

    422Russ773
  • LincLinc Detroit Admin

    Simply remove it from default.master.php in your theme, or (less ideally) from /applications/dashboard/views/default.master.php.

    Russ773
  • i am changed word be - -> Super Super Thank you Vanilla , I wanted ^_^

  • If you are using "Vanillaversion 2.0.18.4
    (The default theme for Vanilla.")

    1st go to

    conf...........>config-defaults.php...............>line 99 ($Configuration['Garden']['VanillaUrl'] = 'YOUR URL';

    2nd
    Conf............>locale...............>Add ($Definition['Powered by Vanilla'] = 'Powered by YOUR NAME';

  • i find it's not a good idea to remove the foot php code in default.master.php, this will affect the plugin "fileupload" and "emotify".

    the way from Sheyad is good, I think. But I don't agree to remove the link for vanilla.org.

    What I do is just to add one line above foot php code, like "miantained by xxx, copyright 2013", then adjust something on style.css.

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