Feature #31395

Make the footer of the 'Powered by Redmine' line user changeable.

Added by Yuuki NARA about 2 years ago. Updated 3 months ago.

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Description

In the case of in-house operation, it may be instructed to display the management department / responsible person name display in the footer.

It can be dealt with by modifying the source code, but I think that it is desirable to be able to set it from the Web administration screen.
In the case of SaaS etc., it seems that there may be a case where it wants to display a company name.

It should be set separately from the current copyright.
(Copyright is the default setting)

Currently, it is supported by modifying the source code of the following part.

app/views/layouts/base.html.erb

 <div id="footer">
  <div class="bgl"><div class="bgr">
    Powered by <%= link_to Redmine::Info.app_name, Redmine::Info.url %> &copy; 2006-2019 Jean-Philippe Lang
  </div></div>

History

#1 Updated by Yuuki NARA about 2 years ago

Excuse me, but please change it because the subject was incorrect

From

Make the footer of the 'Powered by Redmine' line user selectable.

To

Make the footer of the 'Powered by Redmine' line user changeable.

#2 Updated by Marius BALTEANU about 2 years ago

  • Subject changed from Make the footer of the 'Powered by Redmine' line user selectable. to Make the footer of the 'Powered by Redmine' line user changeable.

#3 Updated by Yuuki NARA about 2 years ago

Thank you for your response.

#4 Updated by Heiko Robert 3 months ago

Isn't that a (missing) feature of a specific theme?
Easy and clean solution would be to create a new custom theme which imports from the redmine default theme and then just overwrites / extents what should be changed? e.g.

#footer { display: none;}

If this simple solution is unwelcome, there are still commercial themes for redmine which support some customizing from the redmine admin.

#5 Updated by Bernhard Rohloff 3 months ago

  • Category set to UI

Heiko Robert wrote:

Isn't that a (missing) feature of a specific theme?
Easy and clean solution would be to create a new custom theme which imports from the redmine default theme and then just overwrites / extents what should be changed? e.g.
[...]

If this simple solution is unwelcome, there are still commercial themes for redmine which support some customizing from the redmine admin.

The content of the footer is not part of a theme, therefore it cannot be changed. Perhaps the best solution would be to move the footer into a separate partial view which can be overridden by a plugin.

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