How to get rid of those pesky “spooky” posts on the APA homepage

article article 11/3/2017 11:18:13 I hate seeing my article title in this article’s title bar.

If I don’t want to see it, it’s a dead end.

So I’ll delete it.

(If you don’t see your title in the bar, click on the “delete” icon in the upper right hand corner of this article.)

The reason for this is simple.

The title bar in this website is designed to prevent your site from getting lost in the hundreds of thousands of other articles on this site.

In fact, it will probably be the only place you’ll see your article title.

I can’t even imagine what it would look like if your article had to go through the thousands of others on the website.

If your article doesn’t have a title, you can always add it to the title bar, but the bar won’t always work.

If you’re not sure whether your article needs a title or not, please read this article about adding a title to your article on Wikipedia.

That article has more information about adding titles to articles.

So, when you first visit this page, don’t worry.

You won’t see the title in your article’s bar.

But you’ll notice that if you’re clicking on the bar in the lower right hand side of your article, your title is being highlighted in red.

And the bar is also giving you the option to delete the title.

If the title isn’t your preference, click the “hide” icon at the bottom of the bar.

The red bar will disappear and you’ll be presented with your article.

And if you click “delete,” you’ll go back to your usual article view.

If all else fails, you may want to delete your article altogether and make it look like it’s gone.

If this is your first time seeing your article in this bar, you’ll probably be impressed with how much better the bar looks now that you’ve turned it off.

I hope this article helped you with your search for the best title bar on the web.

To see how to add a title bar to your articles, visit the article desk article article.

To learn how to make your article look better by adding text, click here.

This article originally appeared on the U.S. News & World Report.

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