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The best solution to customize a theme is to create a child theme. You can then copy the file footer.php from parent theme to child and edit it by removing the lines that outputs "{site} / Proudly powered by WordPress". That way you will be sure that any changes made will remain even after updating the parent theme.


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The quick and dirty way would be to either delete the two lines that are 'resposible' for the message, or wrap them by comments / comment-them-out. In your theme folder 'twentysixteen' look for the theme file 'footer.php' Around line 50 look for the following two lines: <span class="site-title"><a href="<?php echo esc_url( home_url( '/' ) ); ?&...



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