I don't know anything about PHP and I want to thank whomever it is good enough to help me right now. So, bam- thank you. I am so frustrated...
I am using the TriColumn theme at [mod: link removed, spammy seo site]
A friend of mine used to have a company by that name, but he switched...and gave me the domain to play with. But I digress...
It seems that in the index.php (and everywhere else) it calls the category name with the following code:
<?php the_category(', ') ?>
However, that code is automatically a hyperlink. So, if the Category was Arizona, Arizona would be clickable anywhere that I used <?php the_category(', ') ?>
So... I dont know PHP, but this is what I essentially want to do:
set myCAT = <?php the_category(', ') ?>
myCAT = some kind of get-rid-of-hyperlink function
Display: You are viewing the myCAT category.
And, where the variable myCAT is- there is no hyperlink.
Or, maybe this whole email was for naught and there is already a built in way to call up your category? Is it template related?
Thank you so much.