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Logo is showing on the page with "display:none"

The website logo is showing in the code after the Author and Publish Date with an inline style of "display: none".

If you view the Page Source, the <img> can be seen on line 1529.

This is being picked up on our auditing reports. I need a way to:

1. REMOVE this logo from the code
2. Add an alt tag to this <img>.

I have already had a lengthy discussion with support about adding an alt tag to the logo of the website, and that alt tag is now pulling. Ideally, there is no reason for this <img> to be pulling.

Please advise.


  • No the logo is appear within the page content. I want to keep the logo that is showing in the header, but the logo is also pulling into the page content, and I am not sure how or why. You will need to look into the Page Source code where I specified to see what I mean.
  • I have tried disabling all of the plugins, and the logo is still appearing in the code under the Author and Published date on all blog post pages.

    I also switched to the Parent theme (we ARE using a child theme) and the issue still occurs.

    There is something on the page that must be pulling from BeTheme, because we have not added this functionality. The logo is coming into the page content in this <div>:

    <div itemprop="publisher" itemscope="" itemtype="" style="display:none;">

    Just because it's set to display:none, doesn't mean that SEO isn't being picked up on that <img> tag.

    Let me know the next step. Thanks.
  • I'm not sure how the custom CSS and scripts would be an issue. The SVG that we are using for the logo is clearly being pulled into the page content, which seems to be a theme issue to me. There's no way we would opt to have the logo pull to the page like that, and then use inline-css to hide it.
  • We do not have the resources to make a separate site.

    We have an internal dev site that we have refreshed.  I have deactivated all plugins, removed all custom scripts, and removed all custom CSS. The logo is still displaying after the blog post's publishing date with the inline CSS of "display:none".

    Please refer to line of 1530 of the Page Source code and see the logo that I am referring to. This is happening on every blog post page:

    THIS IS A BUG IN YOUR THEME. Please advise on WHY this is showing in the content area when it should not.
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