I’m a total noob here, to the forum and to WordPress… I’ve got a Pagelines site that I’m working on, and I’ve been researching the web trying to find cool widgets so I can build it… I remember installing this one widget that I wanted to show up at the bottom of my post page of my blog, and now all I see is an empty white container 🙁
I’ve tried using Firebug, and found what I think it is –
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<div class="jwl_qr_code" style="border:1px solid #ddd;margin-top:30px;"> <div id="qr_header" style="height:18px;border:1px solid #ddd;padding:5px;background:#FFFFFF;color:#FFFFFF;"> <div id="qr_main" style="padding:10px;background:#FFFFFF;color:#FFFFFF;"> <div style="float:left;margin-right:20px;width:20%;"> <div style="float:left;width:75%;">Use this unique QR (Quick Response) code with your smart device. The code will save the url of this webpage to the device for mobile sharing and storage.</div>
I have no idea how to use Firebug, or where I installed the widget so I can delete it. When I delete it on Firebug, it goes away, so I just need to know where to look for it on the template…
My is an adult oriented site, so I don’t know if I’m allowed to post the link here. I’m watching the boards closely for any respo`nses and inquiries as to the site address, so if there is anyone out there who can help, I need it badly, and quickly, as the site was supposed to launch tomorrow noon (Nov 1 – Texas time)
Any help will be greatly appreciated 🙂
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