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Mercury tag link menu item, how to get rid of superscript

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    Avatar photoglick

    Hi I am using the Mercury theme and I created a ‘tag link’ menu items for all of my posts with the blog tag. I am trying to create a menu item with all of my blog entries.

    When I click on the menu item, on the page there is the bold name of the tag, in this case “blog” and a superscript to left side of it. Like “blog(1)”.  My question is what does this number mean and how do I get rid of it? I just want it to read “blog”.


    Thank you!

    Avatar photoshaun2k


    That superscript shows the number of posts with that tag.

    For example, the demo page for “Photo”, shows (8) and lists the 8 posts tagged with “Photo”

    One way that you can hide this is by going to “Tools” menu, then “Custom CSS” and adding the following:

    .hero sup {
       display: none;



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