How Do I Remove Embeded Widget Code?

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  • #1062113

    nikoneyes
    Member

    Hi,

    I have removed a text widget which contained code for a visitor counter (statcounter). However, there is still a button in my margin which reads ‘project not found’. How do I remove the leftover code which is generating this button? I have tried overwriting with new text with no effect. Thanks in advance. Oh, and I don’t have the CSS upgrade.

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

    #1062155

    timethief
    Member

    I clicked that widget code and discovered this:

    WordPress.org (I pay for the hosting) Install Guide

    Well excuse me but you have installed a code that will not work on a free hosted WordPress.COM blog. That code is clearly for a WordPress.ORG install. http://statcounter.com/wordpress.org/

    Remove all the code from the text widget. Go back to the site and get the non-JavaScript code that can be used on WordPress.COM blogs. For clarity please read > http://support.wordpress.com/com-vs-org/

    #1062169

    nikoneyes
    Member

    New basic, non-javaScript code now in place but the old button is still there. My new button should be invisible. New button is being detected by the stat site.

    #1062171

    timethief
    Member

    All widgets are located here > Appearance > Widgets
    Locate the widget in question and open it and click “delete” inside the widget.

    #1062172

    nikoneyes
    Member

    Tried deleting the widget that way prior to posting in this form, without success.

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