Support » Fixing WordPress » How to ‘remove’ the PREV/NEXT tag on top of the post?

  • pbasister

    (@pbasister)


    I’ve been using WP for over 2 months now and have never in the past read any of my posts outside of the main page. I use WP out of the box and don’t tweak anything except for changing themes, adding widgets, etc.

    I read one of my first posts just some time back and noticed that there was a NEXT POST / PREVIOUS POST above. Now with the titles of my posts a bit long a times, it sometimes happens that they somehow overlap, and thus distort the view of the page.

    Straight to the point question: Is there any way (that I might have missed) to remove the NEXT POST / PREVIOUS POST tag that appears on top of the posts that is being read?

    Side question: I sometimes see a smiley on the side of a page or two of my blog. But I don’t know how it got there.

    Thanks for the assistance.

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  • moshu

    (@moshu)

    Straight answer: edit your single.php file and remove the code.

    pbasister

    (@pbasister)

    i’m sorry, this is all new to me, since i did not download any setup files for WP, rather, everything i do is online, and out of the box.

    i had thought i might have clicked an option somewhere or made an error in one of the options presented online.

    moshu

    (@moshu)

    Nope, it is always hard coded in the theme files.
    (I didn’t talk about any “setup files” – all I mentioned was files in the themes!)

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