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I want to remove the "Current Issue" for the time being and I read a previous post suggesting choose "OJS will not be used to publish the journal's contents online" in Journal Setup Step 4.1. The url of that post is:viewtopic.php?f=2&t=8062&p=34637#p34637
I chosse this option but the link has not been successfully removed. Sorry if I'm wrong, but as the link is still there I think that option is not quite working.
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If you're referring to the 'Current Issue' link for your journal (or each journal) on your OJS site's main page, that link is hard coded in the file:
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On line 46. It's the second link between the '|' characters. If you're referring to the 'current' link displayed in the navigation at the top of each Journal's home page, that is defined on line 29 of:
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