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TOPIC: Unwanted Module

Unwanted Module 22 Oct 2015 08:13 #7619

Hey everyone

Am struggling to get rid of this white bar that has added itself to my webpage right after the JF slideshow and right before the About section. I noticed that if I feature anything, it appears in this space. It also has the word home written in large font on the far left. But I cant find any module or anything pointing to something that says 'home'

It seems like it should be a 'breadcrumb' module pointing that i am at home. But I have unpublished the breadcrumb module, put all settings to hide. I think this problem might have even started when i first unpublished it, but i cant really remember.

attached is a pic of what it is happening.

Any help would be greatly appreciated.

Cheers,

David
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Re: Unwanted Module 23 Oct 2015 02:33 #7624

Edit menu item "Home", setting "Show Page Heading" is "No":

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Re: Unwanted Module 25 Oct 2015 08:18 #7633

Cheers, that worked a treat.

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