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Need to remove a snippit of code and can't figure out how.

I have some code that is showing up on the front page of a site I am working on. 

I can see it when I view source in a browser but for the life of me can't figure out

where it is to remove.   Any help appreciated.  The site is fordraptordealer.com

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Re: Need to remove a snippit of code and can't figure out how.

@JanicePetersen 

 

I would take a look at your PAGE that you have for the homepage - which is the content for the home page

 

http://fordraptordealer.com/?page_id=29 - You will see it here - It looks like it is in the content of that post.

 

I would also look at your permalink settings - as it looks like it is currently set to post id vs page name

For example http://fordraptordealer.com/?page_id=7 vs http://fordraptordealer.com/contact-us

 

 



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Re: Need to remove a snippit of code and can't figure out how.

If you want to remove the highlighted text open your child theme style.css file and put the line of code into it. 

.content a { 
      display: none !important;
}

Or Hover Over Appearance, Go to customize and at the bottom select custom CSS and paste the code into it. Save it then.

Jafor A
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Re: Need to remove a snippit of code and can't figure out how.

@JanicePetersen 

 

If you want to use @JaforAhmedWP  suggestion which I wouldn't recommend as it may hide other links you have...

 

#post-29 a { display:none !important;}

The difference between this and what @JaforAhmedWP  had posted is that this will only affect links within the content section on THIS page, where as the other code would affect the links in the content of ALL pages



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