A statement from the Shri Saibaba Sansthan Trust said the decision on online passes will be implemented from January 14.
Trupti Desai had warned recently that if the boards were not removed, she and her associates would take them down themselves.
While initially, some 6,000 devotees were coming per day, the number has now risen to almost 15,000.
Desai had earlier warned that if the boards carrying the contentious message were not removed, she and other activists would go to Shirdi and take them down themselves on December 10.
A senior official from the trust clarified they have not imposed any dress codeon devotees and the message was just an appeal.
The activist also warned that if boards put up for devotees are not taken down by the trust, she and other activists would visit the temple town on December 10 and remove them.
The Shirdi Saibaba temple trust’s dress appeal to devotees has come under flak with a social activist questioning why the rules were not applicable to the priests as well.
All devotees are aware of how to be dressed when they visit a place of worship, Desai said.
The mishap took place at village Bhokani on the Sinnar -Shirdi road, about 70km from here in North Maharashtra, at around 6 pm.