how to remove Google MX verification page

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  • #108564

    fivetwosix
    Member

    Hi

    I’ve just enabled the email service Google MX with wordpress and had my account verified. As I had to create this ‘html page’ for the Google MX verification which has been successful, but it now seems that I can’t remove the link to this page from my sidebar (as I have a page widget) even as I delete the page from my site. So I have this odd “googlehostedservice.html” page-link on my sidebar that links to nowhere and can’t be removed either.. please help!

    #108924

    katm
    Member

    Side bars are usually cached. Have you tried a force reload of the site?

    A link to your blog would be helpful as well. That way others can see if its showing up.

    #108928

    fivetwosix
    Member

    I’ve tried reloading a few times, maybe the cache will clear soon I hope.

    Basically, it appears ok when I choose to arrange my page widget by “ID” or “Title” but if I’m to arrange by “Menu Order” then I will find an additional (and invalid) “googlehostedservice.html” pagelink appearing on my sidebar.

    Currently, I’ve arranged the pages by “ID” so it looks ok, but I might need to arrange my pages by “menu order”, then I will need to rectify this problem.

    Thanks for your suggestion though!

    #108993

    drmike
    Member

    I’m not seeing it on your blog: http://fivetwosix.wordpress.com

    Not seeing much of anything there actually. Is this the blog you’re talking about?

    #108997

    fivetwosix
    Member

    Nope! Its the one with my own domain: sport-speak.com

    #108999

    drmike
    Member

    I’m not seeing the page there either in your sidebar. Looks like it’s gone. :)

    #109000

    fivetwosix
    Member

    As I’ve mentioned… it appears ok when I choose to arrange my page widget by “ID” or “Title” but if I’m to arrange by “Menu Order” then I will find an additional (and invalid) “googlehostedservice.html” pagelink appearing on my sidebar.

    Currently, I’ve arranged the pages by “ID” so it looks ok, but I might need to arrange my pages by “menu order”, then I will need to rectify this problem.

    I will now arranged them by “Menu Order” to see if it looks ok from your side. Thanks!

    #109001

    fivetwosix
    Member

    yay its gone! thanks for all your attention!! :)

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