Sora templates are one of the best blogger templates you can get for a cheap price or free. It comes highly optimized, build with HTML5, mobile responsive and intuitive interface. Each Sora template comes with two option, either to download it for free and use it with the attribution link or to purchase it for a very cheap price.
If you are low on budget and looking to use Sora template for your new blog without purchasing it and without having Sora attribution link in your blog, This tutorial will teach you how you can overcome this problem. Most people try to remove this attribution credit from the HTML view of their blog but found their blog being redirected to another page, This article will help you to remove the attribution link from all free Sora templates without redirecting to another page.

Note: Make sure to backup your templates incase something goes wrong, you can easily go to the backup.
Follow the technique below exactly to remove the attribute/credits easily
First Step:

Login to your Blogger dashboard and click on "Templates" then click on "Edit HTML"
Click anywhere inside the HTML codes and Press "CNTRL F" on your computer to open a finder (search) box
Search for "<script type='text/javascript'>" in your html code
Under this code you will find the following line (in the picture)

if you didn't find this code ( in some templates ) then try this one :
<script async='async' type='text/javascript'>

Second Step:
Delete from "<script type='text/javascript'>" all the way down to </script>
Next Find </head> and paste the codes below before it
Paste the following codes before </head>

<script  type='text/javascript'>
var thumbnail_mode = &quot;no-float&quot; ;
summary_noimg = 400;  /* Summary length if no image*/
summary_img = 300; /* Summary length with image*/
img_thumb_height = 200; /*Image Height*/
img_thumb_width = 200; /*Image Width*/
</script><script src='' type='text/javascript'/>
We are almost done, the next step is to change the id of the template to your liking.
At last - 
Press "CNTRL F" to recall the search bar and type in "id='mycontent'>" to search for it.
Replace "mycontent" with anything you want and you can now go ahead and replace the Sora attribution credit link with whatever you want, maybe the name of your blog.
When you are done, click on Save Template to make the changes live.