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Guys,

Does anyone know how to remove the Prestashop TM at the page title of every admin page ?

Regards
Archproject

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Thanks ... heheheh .. I should have known that .. but was very very lazy to find out heheheh . thanks ...

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I want too to remove the Prestashop TM at the page title of every admin page.
I found the PS_ADMIN_DIR/header.inc.php in index.php file. What should I do from there to remove the Prestashop TM?
Thank you for any help.

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just change "prestashop TM" to something else and save.

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just go to the PS_ADMIN_DIR/footer.inc.php and rename it to PS_ADMIN_DIR/footer1.inc.php and it will be gone

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hi,

 

just for easier use when using bookmarks or browser history, you can add the tab name in the title:

 

<title>MyShop - '.translate('Administration panel').' : '.substr($tab,5).'</title>

will give you for example:

MyShop - Administration panel : Shipping

 

just my 2 cents :-)

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hi,

 

just for easier use when using bookmarks or browser history, you can add the tab name in the title:

 

<title>MyShop - '.translate('Administration panel').' : '.substr($tab,5).'</title>

will give you for example:

MyShop - Administration panel : Shipping

 

just my 2 cents :-)

 

does not work with version 1.5.1

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Why would someone want to do this? Is it to act like you wrote the software?

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Hi Guys,

To change admin panel title in prestashop 1.5 you have to follow following steps.

These are :

1) prestashop/adminpanel/header.inc

then search <title> you will get this and change the title of this page.

 

2 ) If you want to change inner pages title of admin panel.

You have to follow following steps.:

prestashop/adminpanel/themes/default/template/header/tpl

 

then search <title> and then change the current title by your title.

 

Thank You

Pradyuman

Web developer

Edited by Pradyuman (see edit history)
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Hi Guys,

To change admin panel title in prestashop 1.5 you have to follow following steps.

These are :

1) prestashop/adminpanel/header.inc.php

then search <title> you will get this and change the title of this page.

 

2 ) If you want to change inner pages title of admin panel.

You have to follow following steps.:

prestashop/adminpanel/themes/default/template/header.tpl

 

then search <title> and then change the current title by your title.

 

Thank You

Pradyuman

Web developer

 

Works! Thanks a lot! :D

Edited by jorgeduarte (see edit history)

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Isnt this infringing on Copyright/trademark laws?

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hello

you can change as much as you want,

but it's worth to mention that you have to remember to leave copyright notice in files.

 

but...

in my opinion it is immoral :)

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Hi Guys,

To change admin panel title in prestashop 1.5 you have to follow following steps.

These are :

1) prestashop/adminpanel/header.inc

then search <title> you will get this and change the title of this page.

 

2 ) If you want to change inner pages title of admin panel.

You have to follow following steps.:

prestashop/adminpanel/themes/default/template/header/tpl

 

then search <title> and then change the current title by your title.

 

Thank You

Pradyuman

Web developer

how do you do this in Prestashop 1.6

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This was interesting request, i thought that Prestashop Tm at the bottom left corner was so tiny that i do not really care about it, but then on the other side in the modern nature we have companies in Asia that allows you for a fee to remove all their trademarks and copyright for a fee and get your own label or sticker on the product.

 

If this is the case here i think its important to actually back-up PrestaShop guys with something, after all, there is lots of developers in this community and behind at the offices spending hours, energy and resources to make this work. So if one don't want to show the world (at least in BO who actually make this, i think a donation/payment should be in place. Well this is my opinion :-)  )

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Open your PrestaShop installation directory, go to the themes\themeXXX\modules\blockcms\blockcms.tpl file 

 

© 2014 {l s='[1]Ecommerce software by %s[/1]' mod='blockcms' sprintf=['PrestaShop™'] tags=['<a

class=_blank" title="prestashop" href="http://www.prestashop.com"&gt]}

 

Replace PrestaShop™ in code   ( with yoursite.com )

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how to change footer label like information category and my account in admin panel 

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although the solutions here provided do work, THEY ARE NOT THE PROPER WAY TO MODIFY YOUR FILES!

 

if you pay attention, on every file you'll see a notice:

 

* DISCLAIMER
*
* Do not edit or add to this file if you wish to upgrade PrestaShop to newer
* versions in the future.

 

this means that yes, you're free to modify your files, but next time you upgrade PrestaShop you'll either loose your changes or things will break.

 

 

i've been unable so far to find a proper way to modify ROOT/adminXXX/themes/default/template/header.tpl

 

but i have successfully modified:

- ROOT/adminXXX/themes/default/template/controllers/login/content.tpl

 

by adding the modifications to

- ROOT/override/controllers/admin/templates/login/content.tpl

 

(this seems to work for all .tpl files in admin's default/template/controllers subdirectories)

 

and apply CSS changes by adding my style declarations to:

- ROOT/adminXXX/themes/default/css/overrides.css

 

 

does anyone know of the PROPER way to apply changes to ROOT/adminXXX/themes/default/template/header.tpl ?

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