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cmsmasters says

Sometimes the questions we get asked plunge us into a stupor… :nerdy:

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Kronris says

LooL “Russian hackers” :D:D

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bangingthemes says

lol the cheek of it!

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manserro5 says

All he wants to is to remove Wordpress link in footer of template

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KrownThemes says

All he wants to is to remove Wordpress link in footer of template

I think he wants to remove all the WordPress related stuff from the admin page. Anyway, it’s absolutely legal, since WordPress is GPL and it is also really easy(just hide everything related to WordPress through custom CSS).. :)

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Weborithm says

Actually, it’s perfectly legal.

You obviously have no idea what GPL means.

From the GPL license within WordPress:

“You may modify your copy or copies of the Program or any portion of it, thus forming a work based on the Program, and copy and distribute such modifications or work…” etc…

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organicbee says


All he wants to is to remove Wordpress link in footer of template
I think he wants to remove all the WordPress related stuff from the admin page. Anyway, it’s absolutely legal, since WordPress is GPL and it is also really easy(just hide everything related to WordPress through custom CSS).. :)

I think theres actually plugins thatll do it ;-)

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cmsmasters says

There is no talk about modifying WordPress as a product, the issue is about distributing WordPress as it is, without any modifications despite the logo and original links.

And also we get questions like this:

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How come do we get asked that at all? Do we look like a bunch of lawbreakers? )))

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KrownThemes says

There is no talk about modifying WordPress as a product, the issue is about distributing WordPress as it is, without any modifications despite the logo and original links.

Yes, you are allowed to redistribute WordPress with your own skin and without any kind of affiliation to WordPress, as long as you keep it GPL..

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organicbee says

There is no talk about modifying WordPress as a product, the issue is about distributing WordPress as it is, without any modifications despite the logo and original links.

you do know WordPress is actually a fork of b2/caflog it took a product that was GPL made it better and released itself as GPL

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