Support » Theme: Libretto » "Proudly powered by WordPress" lacks period

  • Resolved maliktunga

    (@maliktunga)



    I noticed that there should be a period at the end of the colophon “Proudly powered by WordPress”.

    Here is how it looks like:
    “Proudly powered by WordPress Theme: Libretto by WordPress.com.”

    Here is what I expect:
    “Proudly powered by WordPress. Theme: Libretto by WordPress.com.”

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  • Try by making child theme.
    https://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

    You can add a css rule to do it

    .site-info a:after{
       content:".";
    }

    The period will not be in normal data flow. It would show on your screen but you wouldn’t be able to select and copy it.

    Sorry correction the above code will add an extra period after wordpress.com . Use this instead

    .site-info a:first-child::after{
         content:".";
    }

    Hi there @maliktunga, thanks for the bug report! We’ve fixed the issue now and have re-submitted the update to .org. The update needs to be approved before it will appear in your dashboard. In the meantime, you can download the new version of the theme from https://wordpress.com/themes/libretto/

    Cheers!

    Hello Sarah, thank you very much for the help!

    Moderator Kathryn Presner

    (@zoonini)

    Automattic Happiness Engineer

    Just a little heads-up that the theme download on WordPress.com is a little different than the one available here on WordPress.org. For example, the folder name is different so if you created a child theme you’ll definitely want to rename the folder libretto. It also has a different update notification system, so you might just want to wait for the new download on WordPress.org and use one of the workarounds provided by others in the meantime – up to you.

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