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How to remove the "wordpress.png"

  • I do not even no where this logo is but when i run pingdom (this should bring up the results for my page)

    The last item is a png. I searched my CSS and found: “background: url(images/wordpress.png) center left no-repeat;”

    I changed it to none and added it to my child theme but that did not do anything.

    Any ideas how to get rid of this?

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  • esmi

    @esmi

    Forum Moderator

    Try adding using background-image:none;

    That did not work.

    I also deleted the image from my themes image folder but pingdom spent even more time trying to load it even though it did not exist.

    I just do not get why this would not work?

    I searched my CSS for “wordpress.png” and found it on line 1202.
    changed it like you said and added it to my child theme.

    I went ahead and made the change in my main CSS file and it worked.

    Any idea why this would not work in my child theme?

    And, will this be something that is overwritten with a WP update?

    thanks!!

    And, will this be something that is overwritten with a WP update?

    Yes if you use the 2010 theme

    Thanks for this, I’ve been looking for this info.
    I had deleted this .png from my footer but it still showed up on pingdom

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