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  • Hi, I’m triying to chang the footer text by a plugin, I can add the new text, but the old one still apears. Can any body help me, pleas. Here is the code:

    function custom_footer_text()
    $content = ‘</div><!– #main .wrapper –>’;
    $content .= ‘<footer id=”colophon” role=”contentinfo”>’;
    $content .= ‘<div class=”site-info”>’;
    $content .= ‘<?php do_action( “twentytwelve_credits” ); ?>’;
    $content .= ‘Desarrollado por Beñat Bustamante bajo WordPress‘;
    $content .= ‘</div><!– .site-info –>’;
    $content .= ‘</footer><!– #colophon –>’;
    $content .= ‘</div><!– #page –>’;

    $content .= ‘<?php wp_footer(); ?>’;
    $content .= ‘</body>’;
    $content .= ‘</html>’;
    echo $content;
    add_action( ‘get_footer’, ‘custom_footer_text’ );
    remove_action( ‘wp_footer’, ‘get_footer’ );

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  • Moderator bcworkz


    If the footer content is generated by the theme’s footer.php template, you would need to alter the $name parameter passed to your ‘get_footer’ callback as well as add a footer template file to the theme folder called "footer-{$name}.php"

    If the content was indeed added through ‘wp_footer’ action, be sure to remove the hook using the same priority it was added with.

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