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When I hold my mouse over an image on my blog then I see the images file name. I want to hide it. How do I do?
Try to open wp-content/themes/habitat/js/custom.js and find this code block:
// START EDITING HERE
below it add this code:
Hope this helps. :)
Hi Ismael. It doesn’t work, i can’t open the file wp-content/themes/habitat/js/custom.js.
Hi Hi sarastenber,
I checked your site and it seems that the code isn’t there. You can access the said directory and file via ftp.
Okej. If I understand this right I should open wp-content/themes/habitat/js/custom.js with via ftp and add this code:
Is that right? :)
That is correct. I’m guessing the way the theme was installed it didn’t give the wordpress installation permission to edit the files from within wordpress. Just make sure you add that bit in after the:
Im sorry, I dont have a program so I can open the file wp-content/themes/habitat/js/custom.js and add the code. Is there another way to hide the images file name?
If you can create a wordpress admin account for me I’ll log in and see if I can add it in for you.
You can send the information to my email at DevinVinson (at) gmail.com. Make sure to include a link to this topic so that my spam filter doesn’t grab it :)
That would be great. Thank you so much, I have sent an email with account information to you now.
It works now! Thank you very much, it was really very nice of you. THANK YOU :)
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