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This document applies to Jamroom 2 only!
For current Jamroom 4 Documentation, visit the main Jamroom Documentation section.

Yes - if you are a Registered Jamroom User, you are free to remove ALL references to Jamroom or Jamroom.net from any of the OUTPUT templates (i.e. Artist Themes, Ranking templates, chart templates, etc.).

Note that the HEADER section of the Jamroom Script files, i.e.:

# JAMROOM 2.6 - The Musician's Website Manager
# Jamroom is copyright 2003 - 2006 by Talldude Networks, LLC.
# Brian Johnson (bigguy@jamroom.net)
# http://www.jamroom.net

must remain intact.

To remove the “Powered By Jamroom” links from the Artist Pages, you will need to modify the “footer” templates (usually common_footer.tpl) that are located in the Artist Theme directories - i.e. jamroom/themes/<theme_name>.

Make sure after modifying any of the theme template files, that you "rebuild" the artist pages in 1 of 2 ways:
  1. To rebuild the Artist Page for a single artist (for example a "test' account that you are using to test your new changes on) click on the "Rebuild Site" link from the Artist Menu.
  2. To rebuild the pages for all of your Artist Accounts, use the "Regenerate Artist Themes" tool located in the Jamroom Tools menu.
For more details on modifying Artist Themes, check out the Jamroom Theme Designer Guide.
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