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  • No idea. It’s not part of the standard WordPress system so it will have bene put there by either a plugin or theme that you are using.

    This is nuts. I’ve been Googling for days, literally DAYS and can’t find one thing about it. For anything, any plug-in, nothing. So frustrating. And I see others asking about it but no answers.

    It should be easy. Look at your active plugins, and disable them one-by-one until that menu item dissapears. Then you’ll know that it’s the last plugin that you disabled that’s providing them. If it’s not that, then switch back to the standard Twenty Eleven theme and see if they go them. If they do then it’s your theme that’s adding them.

    I say again – They are NOT part of the WordPress core code, so it is either a plugin or a theme that’s added that in.

    Michael, thank you very much. You know how sensitive WordPress and themes can be so I don’t wanna risk “breaking” anything that I don’t have time to fix. I appreciate you trying to assist me. But I am looking at my plugins right now to see if any refer to feedbacks. It just might be this one but not sure.

    Don’t recall installing it myself.

    Found it, dammit!

    It doesn’t make sense because my blog is NOT on but the screenshot shown verifies it’s exactly where I’m seeing it. Right under Pages and Comments. No plug-in related. Weird, but there it is.

    Moderator cubecolour



    isn’t that functionality from included in the jetpack plugin for self hosted WP now?

    If you have the Jetpack plugin installed, deactivate the contact form component.

    I dunno. That’s the one plugin I didn’t deactivate, very afraid. I’ll try that and get back. Thanks for the suggestion, Cube!

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