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  • I’ve got a static home page for the site I’m working on however it has:

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    Written at the bottom which is throwing off my template design.

    Where is this generated? I would very much like to remove it!

    Thanks, Versi

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  • without seeing site, I would assume the theme’s page.php has the code

    Ahh the site is currently on a WAMP or I’d have included a link.

    I don’t think it has a ‘page.php’ it was based on the pages that the Classic theme has. I only made my pages with those page names found in the classic.

    then it will be in the theme’s index.php

    I’ve found that doing a global search of the folder your theme is in will usually direct you to the right page.

    I use BBEdit as a text editor and I can select a folder to do a search for “No comments yet.” That should get you to the offending page.

    Thanks it was in the index.php – took it out for now and its cleared up the bottom of my pages! 🙂 Thank you kindly.


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