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  • #4580
    Busaboss
    Member

    Hi, it’s me again. Sorry. My problem is that the I have the plug in seo tagging then I mistakenly placed it in the loop after post.I inserted the code using a plug in for a php and javascript widget. Then, when I realized it I think I just removed the check box in the graphene options without removing the code so the incoming search terms is displayed there. You can see it here. http://www.noypigeeks.com/category/android/

    So how can I possibly remove that? I tried putting back the action hook but it is just empty and also I can add content to that area the only problem is I can’t remove the incoming search terms? Please help me.

    Oh, I almost forgot. How can I make the images to fit in the thumbnail? Thanks. I hope you can help me.

    #28583
    Prasanna SP
    Member

    No, it is not there. You’re probably seeing a cached page.

    When you deactivate an action hook, WP removes the widget associated with it and moves them to inactive widget area.

    You can change the dimension of the thumbnail at Settings –> Media

    #28584
    Busaboss
    Member

    Hi, thanks for the response. But it is still there. I saw it using a freshly installed Dolphin Browser HD on my phone. Please try to visit it and look at it. I can’t really remove that even if I deactivated the plug in. Thanks

    #28585
    Syahir Hakim
    Keymaster

    The list of incoming search terms under each post is not being added by the theme’s Action Hook Widget Area. If it is, it would be wrapped inside a <div> with the class graphene-dynamic-widget. The code for the list of incoming search term is not wrapped in any such element.

    Maybe it’s being added directly by the plugin?

    #28591
    Busaboss
    Member

    No sir it is not there when I first used it I suspect this thing happened when I put it there then I unchecked it in options without removing the php widget ?

    #28592
    Syahir Hakim
    Keymaster

    OK, try switching to the default TwentyEleven theme temporarily and see if it’s still there. This can definitively answer if it’s really the theme adding it there.

    #28593
    Busaboss
    Member

    Hi, it is still there. and now I just placed an infolinks code in the adsense options just to try it then when i removed it it is still showing so I’m stuck with it.. how do i fix that? thanks

    #28594

    Yeah, try deactivating the plugin.

    Where did you get this plugin? From the WP plugin repository? It seems like it altered your database.

    GIYF: see if anyone else is having problems with this plugin.

    #28595
    Busaboss
    Member

    I already did that as my first reaction to no avail. It seems like whenever I put something in an action hook it sticks..

    #28596

    So I just went back to your site to see if you were running a plugin that might be interfering. And guess what–I don’t see this issue anymore. Did you get it fixed? If so, how? If not, it’s probably because your server cache finally expired and we’re getting fresh files.

    #28597
    Busaboss
    Member

    What issue are you referring to? the infolinks or the incoming search terms?

    #28598

    Okay, I double checked. I don’t see the incoming search terms on the front page, but I do see them on the category page. I don’t see it on individual posts.

    I’m not coming up with anything on Google for this plugin. Where did you get it from?

    #28599
    Busaboss
    Member

    its called seo search terms i think its from wordpress.. yeah the problem is in the category page thats the problem i can’t removetit. how about the infolinks ads did you saw it?

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