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  • Alright, I always leave credit where credit is due.
    However, in this theme (semlaguna/ed canape’s “team rejoice”) the footer has *nested* base64 encoded information, and honestly I don’t want paintball gun or gambling links on my blog. I’ve tried for hours to decode it now, but I keep coming up with some decoded markup, then a big chunk of further encoded information. The whole thing’s driving me nuts! I’ve also tried to find the theme on various sites and see if the files are different, both in the preview pages and in the downloaded files. No dice.

    Surely there’s someone out there that can decode this mess for me?

    It’s WAY too big to post, so here’s the php file on my site:

    …and also on the author’s website:

    I apologize for bothering you fine folks, but a determined lady is one to be feared…lol.


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  • That’s a sponsored theme. Sometimes it’s just best to let them go and find another theme that is similar, although this is a pretty unique theme.

    It does no good to post links to php code, as it gets parsed by the browser. Use pastebin to post live code. 🙂

    The footer.php file is one of the smallest files in the whole package. Very little of it is necessary for the proper display of your theme.

    Suggestion: Save a copy of it and then replace it with:

    <div id="footer">
     /* add what you want to here */
    <?php wp_footer(); ?>
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