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How to remove arrows in front of names of staff?

  • I duplicated a page in order to work on it and add some names. When I duplicated it, green arrows appeared in front of all the names of people whose names had links to their biography page. How can I remove those arrows? I just updated and need to get those arrows out of there!

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  • Christine Rondeau

    @crondeau

    Volunteer Forum Moderator

    please provide like to site.

    Christine,

    Thanks for your quick response!

    http://www.teachers21.org (main website)

    http://teachers21.org/about/our-team/consultants/
    This page has the arrows…which is fine, BUT

    when I go to update this page – – –

    http://teachers21.org/about/our-team/staff-members-4/

    (which does not have arrows) and I “duplicate it” to make some major revisions – all of a sudden the green arrows appear in front of the names of the people. I don’t want to work directly with the published page for fear of screwing something up, and that’s why I duplicated the page to begin with.

    Thanks for any help you can give me!

    June

    Michael

    @alchymyth

    Forum Moderator

    is there a link to the ‘duplicated’ page with arrows?

    obviously not – however, this does not matter as it is purely a css issue – please use a tool such as Firefox’ add-on Firebug to identify the involved styles.
    http://getfirebug.com/

    in style.css, this is the style that adds the arrow to links within the #content:
    #content a{padding-left:20px; background:url(images/link-icon.png) left -1px no-repeat;}

    the page (page ID 426) with the list without arrows has this style to suppress the arrows:
    .search #content a, #content .border-box a, #content h2 a, #content a.read-more, .page-id-426 #content a{background-image:none; padding-left:0;}

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