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Meta and Footer Editing

  1. Hello I am looking to edit the footer info. Right now I have it hidden because it says ""Blog at WordPress.com. Theme: Nishita by Brajeshwar. Fonts on this blog."

    How do I edit this info to say my copyright info?

    Also I am looking to add Meta Tags to each page, how would one edit that as well?

    The blog I need help with is reflectionfilms.me.

  2. And I have the upgraded version with all the customization extras.

  3. Here all You cannot remove the footer credits.
    See here:
    Does the Custom Design upgrade let me edit HTML?
    No. The Custom Design upgrade allows you to edit fonts and CSS only. You can change the appearance of a theme, but not its HTML markup, PHP code, or content. You can choose to apply your custom fonts or custom stylesheet to any of the themes available on WordPress.com. Some themes, like the plain but versatile Sandbox and Toolbox, are blank canvases waiting for your custom fonts, CSS and images.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/#frequently-asked-questions

    You can place copyright notice in a text widget.

    This is a multiuser blogging platform. We cannot access or edit any meta data. Here all blogs wearing the same theme use the same templates. We cannot edit themes or templates; only Staff can and every edit they make affects all blogs wearing the same theme.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/themes/editing-themes/

    To verify blog ownwership of a free hosted WordPress.com with the major search engines we must use this process > http://en.support.wordpress.com/webmaster-tools/

    For clarity read: WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: The Differences

  4. May I remove the ‘Blog at WordPress.com’ credit in my site’s footer?
    Although the Custom Design Upgrade certainly grants you the capability to hide the credit from your site’s footer, you are not permitted to do so. Even our VIP bloggers are required to maintain the credit.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/#frequently-asked-questions

  5. This is crap! I though that this upgrade allows more customization. These are very important things people should and need to edit without jumping through hoops and using widgets.

    So now when I go to hide the footer info through the "brilliant CSS customization capabilities" you guys offer google will actually penalize me for making text the same color as the background.

    Just so I can hide the stupid footer info you guys put "universally" at the bottom for your templates. Thanks!

  6. @reflectionfilms
    I am a Volunteer answering questions on this peer support forum.
    The support documentation is available to all so they can read it in advance of making any purchases of upgrades.
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/#frequently-asked-questions

    In addition we all have Help links on our dashboards (Admin page right top corner) that we can use to contact Staff with and ask about ugrades before we purchase them.

    The fact you failed to read the support documentation or practice any due dilligence by contact Staff before purchasing an upgrade appears to be your own shortcoming.

    If you wish to share your feedback with Staff then here's the link http://en.support.wordpress.com/contact/

    related link: WordPress.com Forums Code of Conduct

  7. Also note this:

    Refunds
    We want you to love everything you do at WordPress.com, so we provide a 30-day refund on all of our upgrades except Domain Registrations, Domain Renewals, and Guided Transfers. You can request a refund yourself directly from the Store section of your Dashboard, or contact support to request a refund.

  8. The only thing "shortcoming" is this blog platform. You guys should state your limitations along with the benefits you get from upgrading. Not have people rooting through forums to find out what is what, and the fact that you guys do not have a customer support phone number blows me away.

    I am designing this website for a gentleman that doesn't understand website coding, but that seems to be what you guys specialize in; people that don't know the wiser. WP should have these customizations available ESPECIALLY if you are allowing people to use their own domain in replace of your WP domain.

    Maybe you could point me in the direction of a better more customizable blog platform for my next client?

  9. You can read the information at this link WordPress.com vs WordPress.org: The Differences for a general overview. You can read the WordPress.org Codex, hire a web host, and set up a WordPress.org install.

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