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  • I get an inspect element that takes up about a 1/4 of my page when I am logged into my wordpress site. I don’t know how to remove it. Its annoying and does me no good. I have tried to describe it and nobody understands what I am talking about. I am the only one who can see it as the administrator. I uploaded a screen shot showing the element at the bottom of my screen.

    Hope this link works so you can see the problem:

    This is my website. {you wont see the problem here though}

    Anyone able to help me out here? Thanks!!

    I’m on an i-mac and have latest versions installed of everything. I think this may have started when I upgraded my genesis or WP most recent versions.

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  • C W (VYSO)


    Press the red button on the far-right.

    It has nothing to do with WordPress, by the way.

    The red button doesn’t work. That is why I came to the Forums. I can’t get rid of it. I set up my own site and have managed it for 18 months rarely using the forums so I do know somewhat what I am doing. I don’t know what is the cause but I do know it is only there when I am logged in to my WP admin that this shows up and I can’t seem to get rid of it!

    Anyone else have a suggestion?

    C W (VYSO)


    Check whether your theme or a plugin is, via JS, including Firebug Lite for logged-in users or admins.

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