I want to hide the date, image icon and blog categories on the left hand side of my blog homepage and individual pages, between the menu and post title, as well as the date below each post. I’ve searched but can’t find anything in the documentation to do this.
Can you help?
The blog homepage is here – http://caughtincolour.com.au/galleries/pic-of-the-day-2/
As you’ll see, I’m using it differently to a normal blog, so don’t want the additional info displaying.
- This topic was modified 2 years ago by redburlesque.
You can switch off the post meta data via Appearance > Theme Options > Blog > Display Post Metadata > Disable. This will however disable it site wide?
You can set the alignment too using the “Post Metadata Align” option. This will provide you with the full width option.
Arghh! Had to be something ridiculously simple, didn’t it! 😉 Thanks.
Two more things: I’ve set the image in the posts to display in a lightbox without a frame, but the frame is still showing. Also, the date of the post is still displaying at the end of the text for each and I don’t want it to. Can you tell me how to fix these?
I’m not sure why it’s still showing, but this will definitely remove it. Add the following CSS into Appearance > Theme Options > Customize > Custom CSS:
Have you set both options, there is an option for Single Blog Images and Blog Page Images. Set both of them to none frame.
If that doesn’t work, please post your WP login details and I’ll take a look for you.
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