View Full Version : Trying to remove links from a wordpress site
08-01-2011, 11:37 AM
I'm working on a wordpress site designed by someone else and I don't have a large background in wordpress. There are links along the bottom of each page and I'm trying to remove them. I can't seem to find where they are located. I tried the footer.php, but that only had the copywright information. I'm attaching a shot to see if anyone knows where this information might be located.
What version of wordpress is this? It could be a widget placed in the footer. They (widgets) are found in the admin panel.
08-01-2011, 02:44 PM
The current Techozoic version (1.9.4) is using wordpress 3.0.4. I can't even find documentation on Jeremy Clark's, Techozoic 126.96.36.199. Would it be safe to expect the structure to be pretty much the same as the current one? If so, then whichever php module contains,
<div class="footercont">would be, as Rah suggests, a good place to start. If you have Dreamweaver or other search capable editor (or use desktop search) you could search your template folder for the phrase above, or just "footercont".
A note about search. The complete phrase will bring up an exact match, a quoted class name (using double quotes, eg., ""footercont"") will return only PHP/HTML and possibly JS references, and an unquoted class name will return CSS as well as all the rest.
08-01-2011, 03:29 PM
Its wordpress 3.0.1. It says it has 11 widgets, but I can't seem to find them. I can find available widgets and inactive widgets, but can't seem to locate the active ones.
In the admin panel under "Appearance" you should see the widgets section. From there off to the far right side will be a list of items in a box (or several boxes). Hopefully it's one of those listed there.
08-01-2011, 03:46 PM
Found them and was able to remove them. Thanks for all the help.