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How to remove white bar below footer that displays names of plugins

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Hello,

I have an issue with a small white bar below my footer on every page. That bar displays the names of plugins that I use. But only those plugins I believe where in my code injection I refer to external sources for javascript. I can't figure out how to remove that bar. Can anybody help?

Password to my site is: haf9872hasbk

 

Regards,

Nikolas

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It looks like you have plain text written into the footer code injection for the website, the text you can see needs removing, but I would guess that you haven't installed that code from @WillMyers correctly if it's partly showing up like that.

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16 minutes ago, Nikolas361 said:

Thought that it works like in CSS where the double slash prevents a line from being read.

Nope, HTML is different you need something like this to hide comments when outside of other tags:

<!-- text goes here -->

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Thanks @Ziggy!

@Nikolas361, if you're interested. I have an article here about the different types of Comments you can use in the different areas:

https://www.will-myers.com/articles/adding-comments-to-your-code-in-squarespace

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