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Tagged: Simple Hooks
Hi! I have a problem in my site. I'm testing my new site. I'm using the plugin "Genesis Simple Hooks". I've inserted a text in the hook: wp_footer. But I can not erase the first text put when I was testing the plugin. I can add new text, and erase it, but I can not delete the first text that I added. Does anyone know how I can undo the changes made by the plugin, or delete the contents of wp_footer?
If you disable the plugin - does the unwanted text go away?
hook gancho footer
If it does - when you reactivate - what does the contents of the wp_footer say in the plugin settings?
Thanks for your reply!
I've disabled and uninstalled the plugin and the unwanted text doesn't go away.
I've reactivated again the plugin, and the contents of the wp_footer in the plugin settings continues empty, but I refresh my site and the unwanted text continues showing: "hook gancho footer"
I don't know what could be happening.
Any chance you entered that text in another plugin like the Genesis Simple Edits plugin??
You were right. I believed that I only could put and change the code through "Genesis Simple Hooks", but I was seeing the different options and I realized thanks to your suggestion, that it's also possible to access to wp_footer hook through Genesis > Theme Settings > Header and footer scripts. I changed it 2 weeks ago and I didn't remember it.
Thank you very much for your help.
Glad you found it. The Genesis > Theme Settings > Header and Footer scripts is where you would enter scripts like Google Analytics tracking scripts. It is not where you add or remove hooks. That should be done through your plugin Simple Hooks or within your functions.php or similar files.
Ok Jackie, I've understood better now what are the differences
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