Yola ad ON my page text. It shouldn't be there.

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Hi
There is an annoying problem in my page "GRAPHICS" (posters). Your message "Get a free website by Yola" appears ON my message to my customers (which should appear on the very bottom of the page). I cannot get rid of this no matter what I try.
Please help.
Sincerely
Nicholas Smyrnios
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Hi Nicholas,

Thinking there is some code been added which is causing mischief on your page. If you can tell us the website address and the page then we can check the code from afar.
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Hi Nicholas,

I found an account for you, and see that only 1 of your 3 websites is published: http://portraiture.yolasite.com/

I did not see the Yola Footer anywhere except at the bottom of each page. Please let me know if you are referring to an unpublished website, and if so, which one?
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Hi Gop and Laura!

Thank you so much for your interest and your immediate answer.
I remade the page from the beginning and the specific problem was solved.

I would be thankful if you look at my site anyway and come with comments
and advice.
I am not really satisfied with the (small) thumbnails of my works.
Is there any way to make them bigger?
I changed the dimensions of the works in my poster page to fit a square
(so that the pic won't be cut) but of course, the whole thing became even smaller.
The works cannot "catch the eye" of the viewer, in this tiny size as you understand...
I would be grateful if you suggested a solution to this serious problem.
By the way, the address of my site (which is not for free) is
www.smyrnios.com
and I intend to publish it soon.
The other two should be deleted, as there were just experimental.

A last question. What happen after publishing the site, in case I want to add
or change anything? Is it possible for visitors to enter my site while I work on that?

Thank you so much in advance

Sincerely

Nicholas Smyrnios
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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Your site looks fantastic Nicholas! I personally wouldn't suggest making larger thumbnails because of the number of them you are using. You can't change the size when using our Picture Gallery widget but you can always create your own or select an alternate photo gallery option.

You can absolutely continue to update your website once it's published. In fact, in our opinion, a website is never "finished"! Consistent updates give your website visitors a reason to return and help improve your search engine optimization (SEO).

Head here for steps on deleting your other websites.
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Hi Laura
Thank you so much for your kind words. I guess you are right about the pics' size. This is good for a start. I may use some of the solutions you suggested in the future. I think the best service by Yola is to hire experts like you.
Your help is really worth the money!
Thanks a lot again.
Nicholas
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Laura Thomas, Social Media Coordinator

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That's so kind of you to say Nicholas, I'm glad I could help!
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Hello Nicholas,

I haven't been back to you I'm sorry.

As Laura mentioned your thumbnails look great so there's a great vote of confidence.

One way of dealing with this is to use a facility whereby you mouseover the thumbnail and it expands the image to a pre-determined size. You wouldn't be able to do this with the gallery as such but a created gallery from one of the web-resources would do this.