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How to hide page's names from every page?

Old Nov 29, 2012, 10:58 PM
2 posts · Nov 2012
This was an old thread, but the solution does not work with the new version of Atahualpa, it now says, " Where are the 'Content ABOVE Loop', 'The LOOP' etc. options?They are now 'hardcoded' into Atahualpa's <code>index.php</code>. To edit the loop or to add custom code before/after the loop, manually edit <code>index.php</code>."

When I tried pasting the code provided, it did not work. Sorry if I did not look harder, and thank you for any advice!
Old Nov 30, 2012, 01:10 AM
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