Many people have been asking me how to remove the ” Proudly Powered By WordPress ” in the bottom of the footer of the Twenty Seventeen theme. Well, its extremely simple folks. You don’t really need to do much.

Here, just follow the following steps and ” Proudly Powered By WordPress ” will be gone!

  1. Login to your WordPress dashboard.
  2. Hover over Appearance and then, click on Edit CSS.
  3. Once you’ve done that, just paste the following code there.
    .site-info { display: none; }
  4. Now, just click the “Save & Publish” button and you’re done! You’ve removed the ” Proudly Powered By WordPress ” from the footer of your Twenty Seventeen theme! Enjoy!

If you have any problem, drop it in the comments below! Share if it was of any help to you!


Abhinav Gyawali

Hello there! I'm a teenager, who spends most of his day thinking and analyzing things. I'm full of ideas and creativity! Hence, I realized a blog would be perfect for me to share my ideas!

6 Comments

Jason · December 19, 2016 at 5:29 pm

I am sure this piece of writing has touched all the internet
users, its really really fastidious post on building up new webpage.

    Abhinav Gyawali · December 20, 2016 at 6:40 pm

    Thanks mate! Words from people like you are the ones that inspire us! 😀

Danielle C. · January 31, 2017 at 12:02 am

Thanks for telling me the css code input, it was a great help.
But the way you say to get to the section is a bit unclear (luckily i figured out where to put it).

Go to dashboard in your wordpress account.
Hover over “Appearance” and then click on “Customize”.
Then click on additional Css.
Add you code in the box.
Click save and publish!

รับจำนำพระ · February 14, 2017 at 12:32 pm

That is a good tip particularly to those new to the blogosphere.
Brief but very precise info… Appreciate your sharing
this one. A must read article!

Fajar · April 1, 2017 at 4:32 pm

I recommend to remove it not using css but through cPanel and modify footer.php file.

    Abhinav Gyawali · April 12, 2017 at 10:51 am

    Not everyone has access to the cPanel, besides, I think this is easier, isn’t it?

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