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I'm using my own Theme, i'v read this references. For comments I'm using comments.php template which is located in my theme folder, but there isn't code in comments.php which create navigation links, actually between header and main content.

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if you are on looking to to remove them from the single post view then its most likely on your theme single.php file but knowing what theme you are using woud help. – Bainternet Apr 12 '11 at 21:06

First, it would be very helpful to know what Theme you're using, so that we can give specific instructions/advice.

Without knowing what Theme you're using, we have no way of knowing what template file(s) to tell you to edit; however, those links are likely coming from these two tags:

previous_post_link() (Codex reference)


next_post_link() (Codex reference)

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...and do you find these two functions in the relevant template file(s) in your Theme? – Chip Bennett Apr 12 '11 at 21:08
EDIT: my comment makes no sense; since it appears that you deleted your comment, which was: I'm using my own Theme, i'v read this references – Chip Bennett Apr 12 '11 at 21:14
I'v created my own theme from Starkers HTML5 1.1 – tokmak Apr 12 '11 at 21:32
It was Single.php file, thanks! – tokmak Apr 12 '11 at 21:36

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