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There needs to be a way to turn this off, because this was terribly slow for me too. I did find this plugin will disable it: Disable Google Fonts


And the answer is found in the file /wp-includes/script-loader.php. Change line 564 from this: if ( 'off' !== _x( 'on', 'Open Sans font: on or off' ) ) { to this: if ( 'off' !== _x( 'off', 'Open Sans font: on or off' ) ) { That's it.


Quick steps to identify exactly where it's coming from: 1. comment out wp_head(); in your header.php. If this removes the Google Fonts call then look through your active plugins and the theme (parent and child) functions.php files 2. deactivate plugins one at a time 3. swith to twentyten or similar theme Depending on which of these steps removes the line ...


It could be a configuration setting stored outside the files, and in the database instead. Using phpMyAdmin from the control panel of your host, Export the database, then open the SQL file in a text editor and search for the string. https://support.hostgator.com/articles/specialized-help/technical/exporting-a-mysql-database-via-phpmyadmin I assume you've ...


wp_nav_menu_items aren't mentioned in the codex, so there are no concrete description on how to use it. wp_nav_menu_items can be found on line 347 in wp-includes/nav-menu-template.php $items = apply_filters( 'wp_nav_menu_items', $items, $args ); within wp_nav_menu. In the codex, it states the following Displays a navigation menu created in ...


Ok, removed my first answer, that is why it is important to give as much info in your question as possible. You cannot copy functions from your parent theme to your child theme. You also cannot coipy the parent themes functions.php to your child theme The only time you can keep the same function name between parent and child theme is when the parent theme ...

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