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Removing Powered By Odoo From the settings Menu

on 10/28/15, 12:10 AM 2,869 views

How do I remove the powered by odoo from the footer of the the settings menu(more-Settings).


I have looked under views in the developer mode but I cannot seem to locate it. Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also how do I add HTML in my question?




Akhil P Sivan

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Akhil P Sivan
On 10/28/15, 1:24 AM


To disable from frontend:

1. Goto Settings >> Technical >> User interface >> Views

2. Search for "menu_secondary" in the views

3. Click on edit and comment the div at the end:

 <!--   <div class="oe_footer">
Powered by <a href="http://www.odoo.com" target="_blank"><span>Odoo</span></a>
</div> -->

To disable from backend:

1. Goto the web addon in your addons directory

2. Edit the file webclient_templates.xml

3. FInd the template with id="web.menu_secondary" and comment the div tag (<div class="oe_footer">)

Hope this helps.

Thank You. Sorry I posted a similar thing without refreshing the page. Could you please delete my post?

on 10/28/15, 1:52 AM
Kyaw Swar Thwin
On 6/12/16, 4:24 AM

Nice Post.


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IT Libertas
On 3/24/16, 1:38 PM

Maybe, this app - https://apps.odoo.com/apps/modules/8.0/colors_customization/ - would be of use


Gopakumar N G

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Gopakumar N G
On 10/28/15, 4:24 AM

This is not the exact way to do this. If you need to use a new database, you have to make the change in it also. It's better you have to inherit the template 'web.menu_secondary' in your new module and make the changes.

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