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Here it goes:
I've done html on the side, enough to say that not only can I code from just a .txt, but to say that I have made entire website that way (I'm not talking myspace or facebook or any of that nonsense). So I know how to get and cut this cancer out through viewing the source, the issue is doing it in WORDPRESS.

A friend of mine at work asked me to help him with his site: It is a jazz station and they want to switch from 's player to .
Seems simple right? Isolate the code for the "play now" link and switch out the hyperlink, right? The issue is that I can't find it with his admin access. I can find it just peachy under
<iframe name="sl_widget" title="sl_widget" src=";output=3" scrolling="no" allowtransparency="true" width="300" height="640" frameborder="0"></iframe>

The issue is I can't find where in the nine realms it is hidden in Wordpress. It is part of the home page, nor the header, nor the menu. I thought I had it with Appearance>"site" options>Live Streaming Setting, but I can put literally anything into that box and the "play now" button is not only still there, it won't even go away.

Editor looks promising, but I navigating through each page uses some circular logic.

Is there a way to just enable oldschool coding that I am missing? There are webpages that exist on this page that "supposedly" have ZERO html.

Please, someone help me out of this "assisted builder living".

I even checked to see if maybe the webbuilder made my friend an "admin" profile while keeping a real one. If he/she did, it doesn't show up in the user statistics.

I haven't even told him about the golden diamond that sits at the top of each page that scrolls with the nonmobile user (I'm hoping it is a feature they wanted).

I have developer console enabled on my chrome browser, is there any chance if I'm signed in as the admin I could force a save from chrome to wordpress? I know I'm grasping at straws, but every straightforward method I've tried thus far has been blocked by Wordpress.

Thank you for your time.
I don't know the first thing about WP, but I imagine those who do would want to know if your friend has installed WP on his own server or if he's using .
Looking at the address, it looks like it is installed. Also I was able to log in as an administrator straight from the front page.
Regardless, searching through the admin section I'm still at and I'm NOT at

I hope this helps answer your question.
I think you can use your own domain at too. But maybe it isn't important.
Issue resolved by third party.
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