Hide or Remove Blogger Attribution Gadget - 2 Methods


Remove Blogger Attribution GadgetThere are two standard ways to remove Blogger Attribution Gadget. The First one uses simple CSS to hide the text "Powered by Blogger", the second recommended method simply deletes the Attribution Gadget from your BlogSpot layout. We will discuss both in detail today.

If you are new to Attribution Gadget, then it is the widget that blogger adds to your layout by default when you setup your blog. You can display your copyrights or credit links here. Unlike other widgets this gadget is locked by default and it has no "Remove" button that could help you remove the gadget from your layout.

1. Hide "Powered by Blogger" Attribution Gadget

Follow these steps to hide the attribution widget using CSS "display:none" property.

  1. Go To Blogger > Template
  2. Backup your Template
  3. Click Edit HTML
  4. Search for this code ]]></b:skin>
  5. Paste the following code above ]]></b:skin>

    #Attribution1{height:0;visibility:hidden;display:none}

  6. Save your template and you are done!

You have successfully hide the blogspot attribution credit link from your blog footer. The browser will not display or show the attribution or credit links attached to your layout but the gadget DOM will still load in background.

Blogger Attribution Gadget

2. Remove 'Powered by Blogger' Attribution From Template

To permanently remove or delete the attribution gadget from your template so that it may neither load nor display on your blogspot blog, then follow the steps below:

  1. Go To Blogger > Template
  2. Backup your Template
  3. Click Edit HTML
  4. From the "Jump to widget" section click on "Attribution1"

    Blogspot Attribution Gadget

  5. Delete the entire widget code that looks similar to the one shown in the image below, starting from <b:widget> and ending at </b:widget>:

    blogger Attribution widget

    If you expand the code, it looks similar to this one:

    <b:widget id='Attribution1' locked='true' title='' type='Attribution' visible='true'>
                        <b:includable id='main'>
            <b:if cond='data:feedbackSurveyLink'>
              <div class='mobile-survey-link' style='text-align: center;'>
                <data:feedbackSurveyLink/>
              </div>
            </b:if>

            <div class='widget-content' style='text-align: center;'>
              <b:if cond='data:attribution != &quot;&quot;'>
               <data:attribution/>
              </b:if>
            </div>

            <b:include name='quickedit'/>
          </b:includable>
    </b:widget>

  6. Delete and save your template. You are all done!

You have now successfully delete the blogger attribution gadget. It won't display on your blog now and neither will it eat up your page load time by rendering in background.

Need Help?

This post was requested by many of you, though there are many alternatives already online but this second method is the easiest and most effective of all. Let me know if you need any further help. Post your questions below. Your feedback means a lot. Good day! =)

Need Quick Help within 24 Hours? ASK NOW



If you don't want to get yourself into Serious Technical Trouble while editing your Blog Template then just sit back and relax and let us do the Job for you at a fairly reasonable cost. Submit your order details by Clicking Here »

11 comments : Post Yours! Read Comment Policy ▼
PLEASE NOTE:
We have Zero Tolerance to Spam. Chessy Comments and Comments with 'Links' will be deleted immediately upon our review.

  1. brother can you please publish post about thumbnail related post with help of json.
    Hope you publish.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. I am releasing some of the most advanced recent posts widgets along with random posts this week inshAllah. Stay tuned.

      Delete
  2. you can change locked='true' to locked='false' to unlock any gadget and can manually change or delete it from layout

    thanks Muhammad Bro for sharing
    already knew the 2nd method and learnt 1st one that is really helpful to customize our site

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. that method surely works also buddy. You can surely turn the lock value. I just wanted to share some new ways. I am glad you liked the first method :)

      Delete
  3. But is it allowed by blogger? Could we get some warning for removing this?

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Of course! It is not obligatory to show blogger attribution link because the source of your template already has the attribution credits added by default to header tags that states that blogger is your CMS generator.

      Delete
  4. The second method is the most used.
    Mohammad , I sent an email to you!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Is it affect on AdSense...after all both are Google's property.
    Nice information.
    Thank You

    ReplyDelete
  6. Thankyou for this wonderful widget Admin, I am having some problem while editing my template, if you could help me its great for me.

    I want to post first blogger post image as feature image in above < head > tag, so it will display on top of the blog. i use following code but it not working can you help me out, code is.

    < img expr:alt='data:post.title' expr:src='data:post.firstImageUrl' expr:title='data:post.title' />

    to get img url i use above code and not working.

    please can you tell me the proper code to display it on above < head > tag.

    Thanks in advance ...

    ReplyDelete