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I'm editing this site http://www.millermusicproductions.com/ currently and I am trying to get rid of the login in the upper-right corner. I go to plugins and deactivate a plugin called "Login with AJAX", then I refresh the page and only the page's header displays.

Anyone know what I'm doing wrong?

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Are you using any sort of cacheing? – mor7ifer Feb 2 '12 at 0:00
Not sure...I don't really know much about WP, just trying to figure it out as I go along. If the default is no caching, then probably not. @m0r7if3r – cmorris1441 Feb 2 '12 at 0:04
Do you have any plugins installed that do cacheing? Something like W3 Total Cache, Supercache, or Hypercache? It very well may be that those fields are hardcoded into the theme. – mor7ifer Feb 2 '12 at 0:06
@m0r7if3r Not hardcoded into the theme, here's his other site: millermusiclessons.com I'll check the plugins now. – cmorris1441 Feb 2 '12 at 0:10
imgur.com/udsFS imgur.com/GOjOZ <-all the plugins – cmorris1441 Feb 2 '12 at 0:14
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My best guess is that the function for showing the Ajax login is still in the theme header.php

You can look for the function login_with_ajax() in your themes header.php and remove it, if it's there.

If an undefined function is called you get a fatal error and the script will stop. So it only displays until the function, in your case the end of your header.

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