I get problem with the pinterest button on my site

Any here know why I have a pinterest button when I hover any image on my site? I don't install any pinterest add-on but still have that button? How can I remove it? unsure emoticon
Here is my site, you can check @@ (just copy/paste to the address bar).

Note: http: removed from link by moderator.

Post was last edited on October 9, 2015 10:47 AM PDT

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Sorry for my fault

Oh, I just posted this without reading the guideline Sad
Sorry for the negligence. But I don't know how to remove this post because it's break the rules

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Seems fine to me.

If you are here to discuss a web site problem then links are fine.

It's the spammers that are a problem, or those that are new to site promotion.

Here's one of my first automatic tests I do on a cranky web page. I head to the W3C HTML CHECKER. I want it to pass or at least understand what errors there are.

-> That said some sites add this because it's a free site.

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Re: icon

With me, it's not the pinteres icon, but more a comment icon (a small paper with 3 lines on it). Anyway, those images have a class="attachment-tie-medium wp-post-image-tie-appear" tag, Now look at that class definition in your css-file to see what that does.
As a guide writer, you'd surely know.

Anyway, I removed the http from your link.


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