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Hiding "Powered By Rebuy" Attribution

Learn how to hide the Powered by Rebuy attribution found on widgets!

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Written by Strauss Van Wagenen
Updated over a week ago

To customize the appearance of your widgets in Rebuy and remove the "Powered by Rebuy" attribution, you can follow these detailed steps. This can be done globally for all widgets associated with a theme or individually for specific widgets, depending on your preference.

Remove Attribution Globally Through Theme Settings

Adding the CSS to the Rebuy theme will remove the "Powered by Rebuy" attribution from all widgets linked to that theme.

  1. Navigate to Theme Settings:

    • Open the Rebuy Dashboard.

    • Click on Settings from the side navigation bar.

    • Select Themes to access your theme settings.

  2. Add Custom CSS:

    • Scroll down to the Custom CSS section within the theme editor.

    • Paste the following CSS code into the field:

      .powered-by-rebuy { 
      display: none;
    • Click Save Changes to apply the CSS across all widgets using this theme.

Remove Attribution from Specific Widgets

  1. Select the Widget:

    • Go to the widget configuration area where you manage your widgets.

    • Choose the widget from which you want to remove the "Powered by Rebuy" attribution.

  2. Modify Widget Styles:

    • Expand the Styles section within the widget settings.

    • Paste the same CSS code into the Custom CSS field:

      .powered-by-rebuy { 
      display: none;
    • Click Save Changes to apply the change to this specific widget.

Verification and Troubleshooting

  • Check Your Storefront: After saving your changes, visit your storefront to ensure that the "Powered by Rebuy" attribution is no longer visible on the widgets. It's important to view the changes in a live environment to confirm they have been applied correctly.

  • Troubleshooting: If the attribution still appears, ensure that:

    • The CSS code was entered correctly without typos.

    • You saved the changes after entering the code.

    • Clear your browser cache to make sure you are viewing the latest version of your site.

By following these steps, you can control the branding on your storefront more precisely, keeping it in line with your brand's identity and maintaining a cleaner look by removing third-party attributions where necessary.

Below are some examples of how these steps are represented on your storefront:

Any questions? Feel free to reach out!

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