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    This is in the template code (I am technically deficient let me just preface that) and I want it gone. How is the best way to go about this? Can I just highlight and delete it?
    JerzeeDevil

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    Yes, you may highlight it and delete it and then Save the template. If the template was totally default, you could just click to Revert the template to default.

    Who cleaned it up before? When was it there before and when did it return?

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      I think it was my server company* No one noticed it until yesterday. I usually run to them, or you outstanding people with all of my troubles/problems
      JerzeeDevil

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