In the world of blogging, templates are one of the most important things to pay attention to. If a blog is like a house, then a template can be likened to a decoration. We need to decorate the house to attract the interest of the guests during their visit.

Regarding this discussion, maybe you have used free templates that are widely shared on the internet. In general, these templates are made with two kinds of versions, some are free download and some are premium.

Especially for free downloads, template makers usually save a credit link in the footer as a form of respect for the author. However, for users, the presence of these credit links is usually considered annoying and looks less professional.

With all the efforts that are made, users are usually willing to spend hours in front of the computer just to find a way to remove the credit link. As we know, if the credit link is removed, there will be a redirect or page redirect to the template maker site.

Usually, the template creator intentionally hides the script used to redirect the page so that it is not misused by the user.

How to Remove Credit Link Footer in Free Templates

  • Login to BLOGGER
  • Select the THEME menu
  • Select EDIT HTML
  • Find and delete scripts similar to the example below:



var _0x26a9=[“x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69x39x44x28x37x69|openSearch|20′.split(‘|’),0,{}))



  • Select SAVE
  • Finished.


If the redirection still occurs after deleting the script above, please find and delete a script similar to the example below:

<script src=’’/>pre><b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType !=&quot;item&quot;’><b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType !=&quot;static_page&quot;’>



function downloadJSAtOnload() {

    var e = document.createElement(“script”);

    e.src = “”, document.body.appendChild(e)


window.addEventListener ? window.addEventListener(“load”, downloadJSAtOnload, !1) : window.attachEvent ? window.attachEvent(“onload”, downloadJSAtOnload) : window.onload = downloadJSAtOnload;




To prevent unwanted things, don’t forget to back up your template data before carrying out the script deletion process. This must be done in case of unwanted problems.

This article was created only as learning material without any intention to harm the parties involved. In order not to be complicated, you can start thinking about using a premium template. Apart from full control, many advantages can only be obtained by using premium templates.