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Removing the "Subscribe to:" Caption / Link

Not everybody who produces a blog, and not even everybody who produces a blog and provides a feed, likes the caption / link at the bottom of the posts column
Subscribe to: Posts (Atom)
or
Subscribe to: Post Comments (Atom)
Some folks think this feature makes the bottom of the posts look cluttered. Maybe they're right.

Fortunately, it's not hard to remove.

First (and I always advise this) Backup Your Template. Next, From the Template Editor, select "Expand Widget Templates". Look through the code for "nextprev".
<!-- navigation -->
<b:include name='nextprev'/>

<!-- feed links -->
<b:include name='feedLinks'/>


Remove just one line.
<!-- navigation -->
<b:include name='nextprev'/>

<!-- feed links -->



Save. Test. Finally, Backup Your Template, again.

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