Remove Footer Credit From Blogger Template Without Redirecting To Any Website

Curious on how you can remove the footer credit from a Blogger template that you just got from the World Wide Web!? We're talking about those copyright anti-tamper codes that template coders normally attach on their works. These are the ones that will forcefully redirect your site to theirs the moment you remove their copyright blabber.


DISCLAIMER:

Be advised that this article was written for educational purposes only and no intention to harm fellow coders who is in the template business. TNTTS does not promote stealing other people's work. In fact, we are using a paid mSora Blogger Template at the time of this writing and we got it for $25 lol. Not that we don't know how to make one for ourselves; it's just that the admin of this site usually don't have enough free time to code shits. Keep in mind that the main goal of TNTTS is to promote learning. Further, we are not responsible for any legal complaint filed against you for stealing a piece of code.



The Simple Hidden CSS Trick

This first effective way to do this is to add the CSS style='visibility:hidden' code inside the tag that encapsulates the copyright texts. This could be inside a DIV or A most likely.

Take the codes below for example:

<div class='container'>
<p> Template Created By :<a href='http://www.themexpose.com/' id='mycontent' title='Blogger'>ThemeXpose</a> |
Distributed By <a href='http://gooyaabitemplates.com/' rel='dofollow' target='_blank'>Gooyaabi Templates</a>.
All Rights Reserved.</p><a class='to-top' href='#'>Back to top <i class='fa fa-angle-double-up'/></a>
</div>


You may just add the CSS stuff so it would look something like this:

<div class='container' style='visibility:hidden'>
<p> Template Created By :<a href='http://www.themexpose.com/' id='mycontent' title='Blogger'>ThemeXpose</a> |
Distributed By <a href='http://gooyaabitemplates.com/' rel='dofollow' target='_blank'>Gooyaabi Templates</a>.
All Rights Reserved.</p><a class='to-top' href='#'>Back to top <i class='fa fa-angle-double-up'/></a>
</div>



The Throw the Copyright Off Viewable Screen Trick

If the CSS trick above does not work for you, another suggestion would be to teleport the copyright texts to the parts of the screen beyond the sights of your viewers by using the absolute positioning capabilities of style.

Take the codes below for example:

<div class='aisa-copyright'>
<div class='container'>
<div class='row'>
<div class='col-lg-6 col-md-6 col-sm-6 col-xs-12 aisa-left'>Copyright &#169; 2017 <data:blog.title/>. Designed By <a href='http://www.themeswear.com/' id='themeswear' ref='dofollow' title='Portfolio Blogger Templates'>Portfolio Blogger Template</a> | Distributed By <a href='https://gooyaabitemplates.com/' rel='dofollow' target='_blank' >Gooyaabi Templates</a></div>
<div class='col-lg-6 col-md-6 col-sm-6 col-xs-12 aisa-right'>
<div class='goto-top goto-top-5847b997a6ce8'>Made With <i aria-hidden='true' class='fa fa-heart' style='color:#d55'/></div>
</div>
</div>
</div>
</div>


What was done was:

<div class='aisa-copyright'>
<div class='container'>
<div class='row'>
<div class='col-lg-6 col-md-6 col-sm-6 col-xs-12 aisa-left'>Copyright &#169; 2017 <data:blog.title/>.</div>
<div class='col-lg-6 col-md-6 col-sm-6 col-xs-12 aisa-right'>
<div class='goto-top goto-top-5847b997a6ce8'>Made With <i aria-hidden='true' class='fa fa-heart' style='color:#d55'/></div>
</div>
</div>
</div>
</div>


<div style="position: absolute; top:-99px; left:-99px; width:-99px; height:-99px">
<a href='http://www.themeswear.com/' id='themeswear' ref='dofollow' style='visibility:hidden'></a>
</div>



The Hardcore Java Decrypt Unescape Shit Trick

There will be times when you will encounter copy protections using JavaScript. If the above 2 solutions doesn't work for you, and you see some codes that goes like var _0xca15=["\x73\x63\x72\x6F\x6c..........."];. These are what they call the UnEscape / Escape shits. Take note that you need to have at least a minimal experience in interpreting programming language codes to use this trick. You will need to decrypt them through some decoder like http://ddecode.com/hexdecoder/ (not associated with TNTSS).

You'll be amazed - the decrypter will convert those gibberish codes into readable JavaScript codes. From here, you'll be able to analyze then do the necessary edits to stop the template from redirecting when copyright texts are removed. Then replace the original encrypted codes with the decrypted equivalent through EDIT HTML.



Reference(s) / Test Environment(s):

  1. Tested on Storm, Studio Press, and Elegant Standard Blogger Templates found over the World Wide Web.


Remove Footer Credit From Blogger Template Without Redirecting To Any Website Remove Footer Credit From Blogger Template Without Redirecting To Any Website Reviewed by Admin Moronman on 7:29 PM Rating: 5

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