WordPress is awesome (yes, I am a big WordPress CMS fan). One of the huge advantages of GPL software (e.g. Moodle) is that a huge community often contributes code to the core software. In WordPress, the most common form of community contribution is in the form of Plugins and Themes.
I have been ‘playing’ recently with the Constructor theme by Anton Shevchuk. Although there are many good (and some great) WordPress themes (e.g. Theme Hybrid), the Constructor theme has immediately become one of my favorites for it’s vast array of options and ease of use/configuration.
One question about the Constructor theme that I have noticed on a few Sites is how to change the default Constructor Footer text which looks like this:
Well this is how to amend the default footer text:
- Ensure that your Current Theme is set to Constructor.
- Log in to WordPress as an Administrator.
- Go to Appearance ->Customize.
- Click the Footer tab
- Enter the text you want to appear in the Footer (or just enter a space if you don’t want any Footer text)
You’ll notice that the text you entered above has replaced the default footer Text!