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To remove the Drupal footer (This is a block called - Powered by Drupal) – www.yoursite.com/admin/structure/block/manage/system/powered-by/configure Under region settings, set all to - None To remove empowered by CiviCRM – www.yoursite.com/civicrm/admin/setting/misc?reset=1 Set Display "empowered by CiviCRM" to No For the header, that’s the logo, ...


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Certain things can be turned off from UI but others needs to be hidden by css Since you want to hide this option on public facing forms than you can switch the theme from using CiviCRM Seven to use your default one by navigating to Appearance(/admin/appearance). Scroll down and change the 'CiviCRM Public theme' right at the bottom of the page to use your ...


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Possibly I don't follow the question, but using CiviMail you can avoid the need for using Headers or Footers by ensuring that you include all the required tokens in the template itself. You can also 'edit' the existing default Header and Footer and set them to not be default, hence when you then use your template in CiviMail, no header or footer will be ...


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To clarify, there are a few features you are mentioning that work as follows: Notification of a profile form submission is managed in the Advanced Settings of the profile (reached by clicking on the Settings hyperlink to the right-hand side of the profile) - typically this would be the email of someone on staff/responsible for follow up: You ask how to ...


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Check this out: https://issues.civicrm.org/jira/browse/CRM-17726 Contents in the body tag get deleted on load. When you resave they get nuked.


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You don't have to reset the default to fix this problem. In your CiviCRM mass mailing, you need to have the following piece of code (tokens) : {domain.address} which will display the full address of your organization as defined in the menu Administer -> Communications -> Organization Address and Contact Info (https://yourwebsite.org/civicrm/admin/domain?...


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If you go to the "Title and Format" tab on the report, you can edit the html for the Header and Footer. The default footer has an image in the footer. Its in the documentation at https://docs.civicrm.org/user/en/latest/reporting/set-up/


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