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Title of blog is repeated at the bottom of the page.

  1. When I'm reading my blog, the name of my blog (Through the Bridle Lightly) (in bold) and the name of the theme "twenty ten" appears at the bottom of the page. I have no idea why it is doing this, and I would like to delete it. I don't want it appearing on my blog. The title is already at the top, I find this unasked for widget to be annoying. How do I get rid of it?

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

  2. You can't delete it. It's part of the package and the footer/credits are required.

    May I remove credit links such as ‘Blog at WordPress.com’, theme, font, or toolbar links?

    All WordPress.com bloggers are required to maintain the credit links, even our VIP bloggers. Please do not hide the footer credits or the toolbar with CSS after purchasing a Custom Design upgrade.

    http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/#frequently-asked-questions

  3. Staff have been introducing “infinite scroll" to themes — a site wide change that will be applied to all themes that are suitable for the implementation. http://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/to-infinity?replies=137
    http://en.blog.wordpress.com/2012/06/12/to-infinity-and-beyond/

    Disabling the infinite scroll feature to get rid of the pop-up in the footer results in a "Load More Posts" tab, and you can't disable that "Load More Posts" tab from appearing and have "previous post" and "next post" links, without the Custom Design upgrade. http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/

  4. Thanks, Time Thief. I'd disabled the infinite scroll on my other blogs but had forgotten about the ability to do so. I've done so and now my footer is title free.
    Thanks!

  5. You're welcome.
    P.S. Raven is lovely (I'm swooning) -- soft hands - soft hands -use legs to keep him on the bit.

  6. You cannot believe what it's like to ride him. After a lifetime of riding QH's, arabs, etc, I finally found out what it's like to ride a horse that's bred to be a riding horse. He's Hanoverian. He's such a dollbaby. In your pocket friendly, gentle, trusting, but very forward when he's in a bit. It is utterly incredible riding him.

  7. Sigh ... I have left those days behind me. I buried my last two at age 32 and there will be no more horses for me now. Ride on!

  8. Girl.
    I buried my beloved Jordan, the Finest Horse in the World, when it became apparent that the Cushing's was going to win. He was 26.

    Heck yes, it hurts. And times are hard, these days. BUT.

    You don't need to own them to still love them. A wise, wise woman told me once, "don't be afraid to love again." I can't afford a horse the quality that Raven is...but he's in my life even so.

  9. Hmmm, I still see the information at the bottom of your page, but as long as you're happy, that's what matters.

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