How to remove link from Title?
I don’t even see a blog title on that blog.
Do you mean the title of the POST? Every post has a unique web page containing only that post, and when you click on the title you go to it. The reason it’s looking weird is you only have one post. If you add more you’ll see a stream of posts on the main page.
Okay, I understand that, now. Next question:
Is it possible to easily eliminate the links from the blog to the posts? All I really want to do is create a page that lists events in town that my client can edit. I want to embed that page in their web site in an iFrame. I don’t want any other links in the iFrame (the WordPress site). It seems that the WordPress.com link and the link to the theme will always be there. What about the rest? Can I get rid of them? What if I have the WordPress site hosted at GoDaddy?
All I really want to do is create a page that lists events in town that my client can edit. I want to embed that page in their web site in an iFrame.
Free hosted WordPress.com blogs on this multiuser blogging platform are not for embedding into websites. I strongly recommend that you consider other options like setting up a self hosted WordPress.org install. WordPress.com vs. WordPress.org: The Differences
Thanks Time Thief! I did move to WordPress.org. I could edit the CSS without charge, then. Thank you!
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