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Modify the style for the logo images added by the plugin. The filter ‘gdmaq_htmlfy_logo_img_style_attribute‘ has 2 arguments. Since the plugin has 2 logo places (header and footer), this filter is run twice for both logos.


  • $style: default CSS for the inline image styline is: ‘max-width: 100%; height: auto;’.
  • $logo: which logo is filtered: primary or secondary.


Remove the powered by message.

add_filter('gdmaq_htmlfy_logo_img_style_attribute', 'custom__gdmaq_htmlfy_logo_img_style_attribute', 10, 2);
function custom__gdmaq_htmlfy_logo_img_style_attribute($style, $logo) {
  if ($logo == 'primary') {
    $style = 'width: 400px; height: 60px';
  } else if ($logo == 'primary') {
    $style = 'width: 200px; height: 30px';

  return $style;
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