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

    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.

    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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