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 This applies to the WordPress Theme known as WP-Advocate by [[https://​www.wpdevshed.com/​our-themes/​]]. This applies to the WordPress Theme known as WP-Advocate by [[https://​www.wpdevshed.com/​our-themes/​]].
  
-Find the footer.php file for the theme known as WP Advocate.  ​It is located in the path /​your-website-root/​wp-content/​themes/​wp-advocate/​+Note: The following solution has been tested to work when the default page (homepage) of the website is configured to be a static page rather than being the blog page of the WordPress website.  ​In that configuration,​ a different static page (or no page at all) is designated as the blog page.  Also, I am working in a Windows server environment,​ so I will be using a text editor that I installed known as NotePad++ in order to edit PHP files.
  
-Using NotePad++ Open the file called "​footer.php" and then save as "​footer.php-backup"​+Let's get started 
  
-Close the backup that you just created and use Notepad++ to re-open the original file called "​footer.php" ​+First, find the footer.php file for the theme known as WP Advocate. Within the WordPress core files, the footer.php file is located in the path /​your-website-root/​wp-content/​themes/​wp-advocate/​footer.php 
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 +Using NotePad++ Open the file called "​footer.php"​ and then "save as" -- that is, save a backup of this original footer.php file and name it -- "​footer.php-backup"​ 
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 +Close the backup that you just created and again use Notepad++ to re-open the original file called "​footer.php" ​
  
 Locate the following source code / script: Locate the following source code / script:
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 This symbol && is the AND logical operator. This symbol && is the AND logical operator.
  
-Your footer section of your homepage ​will no longer display "​Thanks to WordPress and WP Advocate." ​ It will only display the copyright notice of the title element of the website.+The footer section of your homepage ​should ​no longer display "​Thanks to WordPress and WP Advocate." ​ It will only display the copyright notice of the title element of the website.
  
  
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