Though you cannot remove the Search field on your Tumblr dashboard, you can delete all Search features from each of your Tumblr blogs. Simply delete the
Remove Search Feature
Log in to your Tumblr dashboard, then click the down arrow next to your blog name. Click the blog to modify to open the selected timeline in your dashboard.
Click the “Customize” link in the right sidebar menu to open the theme in Edit mode.
Click the “Edit HTML” link in the Customize panel to open the HTML editor.
Press “Ctrl-F,” then type the phrase “div id=”search” in the Find box. The specified
Delete the entire Search
Click “Update Preview,” then check the Preview pane to view your changes.
Click “Save” to save the code, then click “Exit” to return to your dashboard.
Restore a Theme
Log in to your Tumblr dashboard, then open a new browser tab.
Open the Theme Recovery tool in the browser (see Resources).
Click the “Choose Blog" drop-down list, then click the name of the blog to restore. Click “View Backups” to open the recovery page for the selected blog.
Click the “Revert” button next to the version of your theme to restore. The selected theme is instantly restored to your blog.
- To view the changes to your theme before restoring a backup, click the “Show Changes” link next to the Revert button for the version entry.
- If you edit the HTML code in the editor and you don’t want to save your changes, click the “Back” arrow. A prompt displays asking if you want to leave the page without saving your changes. Click “OK.”
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