Remove Bitnami Logo from WordPress Apps

Hey, so you just Install WordPress with Bitnami on your cloud server with the help of Bitnami.

After you finished installation of your app you see the Bitnami logo on the bottom right corner of Your WordPress site or any other app.

You desperately want to remove it but don’t know how to get rid of it.

No worries, You are lucky I got a simple step by step guide to removing the Bitnami logo.

Before we begin You need to know, Why Bitnami logo is on your website?

The Bitnami logo link to an Info Page,

which provides information about the installed application resources as well as useful links to documentation.

It is accessible by clicking the Bitnami banner or logo at the right bottom corner of an application page.

In order to remove Bitnami logo follow the below steps:

Connect to your server via SSH

Google Cloud and Amazon allows you to connect to SSH via browser from their console.

Connect to your server via SSH in order to  remove bitnami logo

So, you don’t need to download anything or log in to your server via Terminal.

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I am not sure about other Bitnami partners such as Microsoft Azure, Oracle if they allow to login via browser as I never used their services.

In that case for windows, you can download PUTTY

For LINUX and MAC, you can use Terminal.

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Connect to SSH Via Terminal(Mac, Linux)

The most basic form of the command is

ssh your_host

The your_host in this example is the IP address you are trying to connect to.

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This command assumes that your username on the server is the same as your username on your local system.

If your username is different on the remote system, you can specify it by using this syntax:

ssh your_username@your_host

Once you have connected to the server, you will probably be asked to verify your identity by providing a password.

Connect to SSH Via PuttyTerminal(Windows)

  1. Download PuTTY from https://www.putty.org/ or another PuTTY download source. The “putty.exe” download is good for basic SSH.
  2. After you download, You need Your application IP address which you can find in Google Cloud Console, Enter that IP address in connection settings:
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    • Host Name: example.com OR 1237.894.358
    • Port: 22 (leave as default)
    • Connection Type: SSH (leave as default)
  3. Click Open to start the SSH session.
  4. If this is your first time connecting to the server from this computer, you will see the following output. Accept the connection by clicking Yes.Remove Bitnami Logo from Wordpress Apps 3
  5. Once the SSH Connection is open, you should see a terminal prompt asking for your username:
    login as:

    Connect with your SSH user of choice.

  6. Next, enter your password. Please note that you will NOT see your cursor moving, or any characters typed (such as ******) when typing your password. This is a standard PuTTY security feature. Hit enter.
    Using keyboard-interactive authentication.
    Password:
  7. You are now logged into your server with SSH. You can now use this command to remove the banner:
sudo /opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/bnconfig --disable_banner 1

Just copy paste the above command but make sure to replace the “WordPress” from above command with the actual name or directory location of your application.

By default, Bitnami keeps the name “WordPress” for WordPress apps.

Remove Bitnami Logo

Once You connected to SSH, enter the following command

sudo /opt/bitnami/apps/wordpress/bnconfig --disable_banner 1

Just copy paste the above command but make sure to replace the “WordPress” from above command with the actual name or directory location of your application.

By default, Bitnami keeps the name “wordpress” for WordPress apps.

Option2: Without SSH Access (not recommended)

The easiest way to do this without getting into the backend is to edit the custom CSS.

In the admin panel, go to Appearance >> Customize >> Additional CSS

In the custom CSS section paste

#bitnami-banner{
display:none;
}

Sometimes the following CSS will work

.bitnami-corner-image { 
display: none !important; 
}

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