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I'm redesigning my personal site and need helping in code-finding.

I want to get rid of the navigation on the right side of the titles if possible. The example below shows a "Portfolio" link with the You Are Here nav image. That's what I want to remove. Any help to lead me what to edit would be grateful. I've been digging in .tpl and .php files for awhile now and head is hurting. It's probably something simple and I'm just not seeing it.

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Gallery: Portfolio




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The technical term is breadcrumbs and that should hint strongly at what to remove from GLOBAL.tpl (or is it HEADER.tpl - I can't remember off-hand).


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See…. something so simple.  :$

And I was even in the right spot too when I located where the IMG was. I just was afraid to delete it and screw everything up.

Thanks Chris!!!  :thumbs:

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