How to Remove LinkWithin Attribution under Gadget in Blogger

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How to Remove LinkWithin Attribution under  Gadget in Blogger
How to Remove LinkWithin Attribution under  Gadget in Blogger

A brief tutorial for bloggers who want to technically Remove  the attribution ‘LinkWithin’ under the LinkWithin device, actually LinkWithin has added it to popularize themselves, but if you may need it  then we are willing to help you remove it.

Should you feel that the attribution below in your  Gadget’ doesn’t look perfect then kindly remove it.Do you want to Remove LinkWithin Attribution under  Gadget in Blogger? Here is what you need to do
Head over to your blogger dashboard, click on  Template Edit HTML

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#linkwithin_logolink_0
{display:none;}


Go to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Customize > Advanced > Add CSS >Paste the CSS in the custom CSS box and hit Apply to Blog.
A large number of users have be asking regularly, how there can easily Remove LinkWithin Attribution under Gadget in Blogger, but i feel that it’s not a big deal if you are linking back to them in return of using their service

It can be done easily with a small line of CSS. Just add this small line of CSS to your Blogger Blog.

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#linkwithin_logolink_0
{display:none;}

Go to Blogger Dashboard > Template > Customize > Advanced > Add CSS >Paste the CSS in the custom CSS box and hit Apply to Blog.

If the above method dosnt work, kindly follow the highlighted steps below:

Steps on how to remove LinkWithin on blogger’s home page
Log-in to blogger and go to ‘Design’ > ‘Edit HTML’

Though it is highly optional, it is always a good practice to back up your current template before editing or modifying any code . So make sure to  ‘Download Full Template’.

Kindly look for:

Look for locked=’false’ title=’LinkWithin’ type=’HTML’.
on your template. You should find something like this:

<b:widget id=”HTML4″ locked=”false” title=”LinkWithin” type=”HTML”>
<b:includable id=”main”><data:content></data:content></b:includable>
</b:widget>
Ensure to take note of the widget’s id, which is HTML5 in my example. This is normally an exceptional  id generated by blogger and so this may be different in your case.

Replace the code<b:includable id=”main”><data:content></data:content></b:includable>
with this one:
<b:includable id=’main’>
<b:if cond=’data:blog.pageType == &quot;item&quot;’>
<data:content />
</b:if>
</b:includable>

Save and view your home page now.

That should be fine. Happy coding 

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