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Yenthe Van Ginneken

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Yenthe Van Ginneken
12/31/14, 5:14 AM

Hi Ricardo

This question has been asked quite a few times and there are a lot of solutions around.
See these links: 

As for stopping / starting your deamon there is the command line. You can start your Odoo with ./openerp-server manually or start the service. I can't tell a lot about it since I don't know the locations and names of your daemon and if you even have one.

Best of luck!

1/21/15, 2:46 AM

Remove the “Powered by Odoo” in the  left footer :

Open the base.css file and search  for oe_footer

Add visibility: hidden; in the tag following 3 tag:

.openerp .oe_leftbar > div .oe_footer{

.openerp .oe_leftbar > div .oe_footer a{

.openerp .oe_leftbar > div .oe_footer a span {


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IT Libertas
3/24/16, 1:39 PM

This module - https://apps.odoo.com/apps/modules/8.0/colors_customization/ - helps to customize user interface of Odoo 8

Ankit Gauri
6/17/15, 8:06 AM

hello try this it will remove  Powered by Odoo from your website footer

<template id="website.layout_footer_copyright" inherit_id="website.layout" name="Footer Copyright">

<xpath expr="//footer" position="inside">

<div class="container mt16 mb8">

<div class="pull-left text-muted">

Copyright &copy; <span t-field="res_company.name">Company name</span>





Ricardo Bezerra
12/31/14, 7:27 AM

Thanks for your reply. Yes, there are many sources on this subject, the problem is that I am unable to put into practice, make the changes to files, however, nothing happens. The útimo that tried to follow was this:


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Yenthe Van Ginneken
12/31/14, 8:41 AM

No problem Ricardo. The answer you linked doesn't look to good honestly.. Try the ones I link they should work! Also, do not forget to update your modules so that Odoo picks up the changes!

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