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  • Jason King


    Which theme are you using?

    And what’s the url of your website?

    That would be the pagination codex found in the loop.php and it should look something like below. You can just remove the code and it should go away. But make sure the max number of page is set to 1.

    <div class="nav-previous alignleft"><?php next_posts_link( 'Older posts' ); ?></div>
    <div class="nav-next alignright"><?php previous_posts_link( 'Newer posts' ); ?></div>
      global $wp_query; 
       if ( $wp_query->max_num_pages > 1 ) :
    <?php endif; ?>

    Hello Jason King I’m using the point theme and the site isn’t live yet.

    Hello Cccamuseme: I don’t seem to have the loop.php with mytheme

    I must precise I’ve just started with WordPress 😉

    Every WordPress site will have the loop. The loop.php will be found in your themes folder.

    wp-content / themes / your-theme / loop.php

    Jason King


    Has it been customised a lot? Because your screenshot looks nothing like

    If the site was live, I could tell you how to hide that link using CSS code similar to:

    .whatever {
    display: none;

    But you can probably figure it out yourself. Right click on that “More posts” link in your browser and choose “Inspect Element”. That will show you what CSS applies to it, then you can add your own style to hide the link.

    This is probably simpler than figuring out how to edit the theme template files.

    You shouldn’t need to alter the loop.


    I’ve spent time trying to determine what was the CCS it applies to but unfortunately I can’t work it out:

    Could you guys give me a hint?

    Also I’ve used the path mentioned by cccamuseme (/www/blog/wp-content/themes/point) but I have only the following files


    Many thanks!

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