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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 ...


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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 ...



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