Does your WordPress URL end with #sthash?
Do you find a weird suffix like #sthash (#sthash.NJk6gumQ.dpbs) in your WordPress powered website URL? Yes, you may be uncomfortable with this like I was in the beginning. Even search engines might cache this wired suffix in your URL. But, there’s nothing to worry at all. You can easily fix it.
Let me explain this for you. It is caused by ShareThis plugin which you must have installed on your website to allow your visitors share your posts and pages with all those social media websites like, Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Google Plus etc. While configuring the options in the plugin settings area, you must have enabled ‘Measure copy & shares of your site’s URLs’. Just uncheck this option by logging into your WordPress Admin area and heading to the ShareThis plugin settings. You will see something like the below screen:
Make sure that you have unchecked the highlighted option above. Now, save the settings and open the front page of your website. Do you see something like #sthash in the URL now. No, you don’t. There you go, you just fixed it to your choice.