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How to change Powered by Plesk logo in the header and the footer text?

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    Maximilian Wilke

    Hello, at Obsidian 18.0.26 the path is:
    /usr/local/psa/admin/cp/public/theme/images/logos/powered-logo.png

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    Maximilian Wilke

    You can also replace the brand-logo:

    At plesk obsidian 18.0.26 replace the following svt-data in the path:
    /usr/local/psa/admin/cp/public/theme/images/logos/plesk/logo.svg

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    Maximilian Wilke

    To change the title in the footer from plesk.com to your, you must change the following:

    1. Backup the layout.phtml:
      cp /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/layout.phtml /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/BACKlayout.phtml
    2. edit the file:
      vim /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/layout.phtml
    3. change in line 102:
      <a href="<?= Plesk_Config::get()->product->siteUrl; ?>" target="_blank">plesk.com</a>
      to
      <a href="<?= Plesk_Config::get()->product->siteUrl; ?>" target="_blank">YOURDOMAIN.tld</a>
    4. You also have to set the change in the panel.ini as described in the article
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    Sebastian Hebestreit

    In Plesk Obsidian there is no /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/_footer.phtml anymore, but i found the footer line '<a href="<?php echo Plesk_Config::get()->product->siteUrl; ?>" target="_blank">Plesk.com</a>' in the file /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/layout.phtml

    and it works to change plesk.com to example.com in the footer

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  • Hi Maximilian Wilke and Sebastian Hebestreit,

    Thank you all.

    The article has been updated.

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    Fadi Asbih

    The changes(plesk.com to example.com) in the file:

    /usr/local/psa/admin/application/default/layouts/layout.phtml

    keeps getting overwritten by each plesk update. Is there a way to keep the changes persistent?

     

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    Ivan Postnikov

    Hello Fadi Asbih

    By Plesk Design this file is indeed being overwritten after each update.

    To workaround this you may come up with a scheduled task which will swap the file back to the customized.

     

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    Kaspar van Dalfsen

    It seems that as of Plesk version 18.0.33 the layout.phtml file content has changed, and the <a href="<?php echo Plesk_Config::get()->product->siteUrl; ?>" target="_blank">Plesk.com</a> part is no longer available. Instead now a $this->pageFooter() call is used. 

    Is there still a way to modify/customize the footer content?

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    Technischer Support

    Got the same problem, after Plesk 18.0.33 the layout.phtml doesn´t contain the plesk.com url anymore. Is there a new workaround?

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    Pablo

    please how can I restore the main.js backup, whole panel is down :(

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    Yulia Plokhotnikova

    Hi @Pablo,

    If you created a backup as this article suggests using this command:

    # cp -pr /usr/local/psa/admin/cp/public/javascript/main.js{,.backup}

    Then you may just restore the main.js file the following way:
    # mv /usr/local/psa/admin/cp/public/javascript/main.js.backup /usr/local/psa/admin/cp/public/javascript/main.js

     

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