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How do I remove or change the RSS message?

  1. This is at the top of my blog:

    "Hey there! Thanks for dropping by It Didn't Happen! Take a look around and grab the RSS feed to stay updated. See you around!"

    I'm using the Motion theme and it seems to be part of the page. I don't mind an RSS button, but I don't want a message I didn't write where it can be confused for something I did. How can I change the text or remove it all together? I've looked through my settings and haven't seen anything.

    The blog I need help with is itdidnthappen.wordpress.com.

  2. For the Motion theme, that text is shown when there's no widget defined for the "Header" area, on the Appearance &rarr: Widgets page on your dashboard. If you drag and drop a widget there, the text will be replaced by that widget's contents.

  3. Now I understand how it works. Thank you.

  4. Or wait, no . . .

    I cleared up the issue on my blog, but that message is still showing up when I try to link to facebook.

  5. From experience, I can say that Facebook caches the information used to share links.

    Try again later or use a different URL (such as your shortcode URL beginning with wp.me)

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