Removing ProPhoto & NetRivet Links

The ProPhoto theme, like almost every other premium WordPress theme, contains subtle attribution links in the footer of your blog.

attribution-links

Why are these links included?

We really don’t advertise our software. No cool magazine ads, no tie-ins with camera manufacturers. Chances are that you found out about ProPhoto because you saw another site that used it and saw these links at the bottom. Or maybe a friend told you about how they were able to create a great-looking site using our theme software.

Premium themes typically include mention of their author, so ProPhoto adds these links so people know what software was used to build the site. All ProPhoto demo setups show these links so it’s obvious they’ll be included, and we also mention these links in our EULA before everyone purchases the software. (section 2B)

How to change the style of these links

ProPhoto gives you control over text in lots of places on your site, but these links are kept to a small size so they aren’t annoying. That said, the font and color are controlled by your site’s overall font settings and link settings in this area of ProPhoto:
“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts”
You can edit those settings to change these links. Then, if you want to use different font/link styling for the content of your posts & pages, or any other area of ProPhoto, use the other sub-area controls. More info can be found in our text styling inheritance guide.

How to remove these links

To remove these links, you may purchase a footer links removal key for $99.  Add the “Footer Links Removal” to your cart from your ProPhoto account page.  Then simply enter the Transaction ID for your footer links removal license into the field at the bottom of the ProPhoto area here:

“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Sidebars & Footer” > “Footer Area”

If you purchased an Add-On Design from the store on our site, any mention or link of the creator of that design will be removed, as well.

Also, be aware that you are in control over the copyright text along the left side of these footer links – see this help for info about that text:


The ProPhoto theme, like almost every other premium WordPress theme, contains subtle attribution links in the footer of your blog.

attribution-links

Why are these links included?

We really don’t advertise our software. No cool magazine ads, no tie-ins with camera manufacturers. Chances are that you found out about ProPhoto because you saw another site that used it and saw these links at the bottom. Or maybe a friend told you about how they were able to create a great-looking site using our theme software.

Premium themes typically include mention of their author, so ProPhoto adds these links so people know what software was used to build the site. All ProPhoto demo setups show these links so it’s obvious they’ll be included, and we also mention these links in our EULA before everyone purchases the software. (section 2B)

How to change the style of these links

ProPhoto gives you control over text in lots of places on your site, but these links are kept to a small size so they aren’t annoying. That said, the font and color are controlled by your site’s overall font settings and link settings in this area of ProPhoto:
“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts”
You can edit those settings to change these links. Then, if you want to use different font/link styling for the content of your posts & pages, or any other area of ProPhoto, use the other sub-area controls. More info can be found in our text styling inheritance guide.

How to remove these links

To remove these links, you may purchase a footer links removal key for $99.  Add the “Footer Links Removal” to your cart from your ProPhoto account page.  Then simply enter the Transaction ID for your footer links removal license into the field at the bottom of the ProPhoto area here:

“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Sidebars & Footer” > “Footer Area”

If you purchased an Add-On Design from the store on our site, any mention or link of the creator of that design will be removed, as well.

Also, be aware that you are in control over the copyright text along the left side of these footer links – see this help for info about that text:

The ProPhoto theme, like almost every other premium WordPress theme, contains subtle attribution links in the footer of your blog.

attribution-links

Why are these links included?

We really don’t advertise our software. No cool magazine ads, no tie-ins with camera manufacturers. Chances are that you found out about ProPhoto because you saw another site that used it and saw these links at the bottom. Or maybe a friend told you about how they were able to create a great-looking site using our theme software.

Premium themes typically include mention of their author, so ProPhoto adds these links so people know what software was used to build the site. All ProPhoto demo setups show these links so it’s obvious they’ll be included, and we also mention these links in our EULA before everyone purchases the software. (section 2B)

How to change the style of these links

ProPhoto gives you control over text in lots of places on your site, but these links are kept to a small size so they aren’t annoying. That said, the font and color are controlled by your site’s overall font settings and link settings in this area of ProPhoto:
“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Fonts”
You can edit those settings to change these links. Then, if you want to use different font/link styling for the content of your posts & pages, or any other area of ProPhoto, use the other sub-area controls. More info can be found in our text styling inheritance guide.

How to remove these links

To remove these links, you may purchase an optional unbranding-license. After your purchase, simply enter the Transaction ID for your unbranded license purchase into the field at the bottom of the ProPhoto area here:

“ProPhoto” > “Customize” > “Sidebars & Footer” > “Footer Area”

If you purchased an Add-On Design from the store on our site, any mention or link of the creator of that design will be removed, as well.

Also, be aware that you are in control over the copyright text along the left side of these footer links – see this help for info about that text:

You need to make sure that you’re on ProPhoto version 3.1 with a build number of at least #740 for this to work. To know how to find out your build number, click here. To request a more recent build if you need it, contact us through our contact form and explain why you need a more recent build.

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