Support » Plugin: Bible Verse of the Day » Remove URL

  • Resolved therealcrazy8

    (@therealcrazy8)


    How can I remove the “DailyVerses.net” URL that shows up under the bible verse? I want to try and clean up as much as I can and keep it as minimal as possible and since clicking on the reference takes users to the website anyway, I see no need for the other link.

    Thank you

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  • I found it. 🙂

    Plugin Author dailyverses

    (@dailyverses)

    Awesome!

    Bub

    (@jdenning47)

    For the rest of us – the solution is I set the checkbox when FIRST ADDING WIDGET… This does not show if shortcode is used – only if you use the widget.
    Lastly: I did uncheck the box in the widget, refreshed, used different browser, etc. and the link still is active. The reason I want to remove the link is that using target=”_blank” is not enough secure enough as I use rel=”noopener noreferrer” prevent hacks into my site.
    Any Help?? I really need to remove link.

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  Bub.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 11 months ago by  Bub.
    Plugin Author dailyverses

    (@dailyverses)

    You are right, this only applies to the widget. In the editor of the widget do this to remove the ‘DailyVerses.net’ link:

    • Uncheck the checkbox before ‘Show link to DailyVerses.net (thank you!)’
    • Click ‘Save’
    Bub

    (@jdenning47)

    <div>
    I am using version 2.3 –

    • As a test I installed it into my “plugin test” WP-Engine install as the only plugin installed.
    • I put the widget into the sidebar and unchecked the “Show link to DailyVerses.net (thank you!)” box.
    • When I visit the post the link is still active.

    It would seem that deactivation is NOT WORKING…
    </div>

    Plugin Author dailyverses

    (@dailyverses)

    Is the checkbox still unchecked when you open the settings of the widget again? Does changing the Title work in the widget?

    As a workaround you could add the following to the css of the website, to hide the link:

    .dailyVerses.linkToWebsite {
        display: none;
    }
    Bub

    (@jdenning47)

    What you have above doesn’t actually work but I found this does.
    .dailyVerses.bibleVerse
    {
    pointer-events: none;
    }
    It removes the link but not the attribution. Also
    .dailyVerses.bibleVerse
    {
    display: none;
    }
    wipes out the entire link, display and all.
    Thanks for the help and God Bless!!

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