Remove author stamp and date from blog post

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  • #134701

    myreasontobe
    Member

    Hi there,

    I’d like to remove the author stamp and date from below the blog title, on the blog post.

    Could you advise how I can do this please?

    Thank you.

    Jon

    The blog I need help with is writestateofmind.co.uk.

    #134798

    designorbital
    Theme Author

    Hi,
    Please try the following CSS Snippet.

    
    .entry-meta.entry-meta-site-hero {
      display: none;
    }
    

    Thanks

    #134816

    myreasontobe
    Member

    Hi there,

    Could you advise how and where I insert the CSS code?

    Would I need to manually add it for each post?

    Kind regards,

    Jon

    #134817

    myreasontobe
    Member

    Hi there,

    Scrap my last post, i figured out how to do it.

    Secondly, though, how do I remove the author stamp and date from the category page?

    So, if I hover over the menu ‘Music by Mood’ and click ‘Against All Odds’, the page loads the most recent posts – but with the author stamp and date. That’s what I want removed.

    It would also be helpful to know how to have the categories listed on the page ‘Music by Mood’. If I click on it there’s nothing on the page, but if I hover over it there are all the categories listed.

    Kind regards,

    Jon

    #134838

    designorbital
    Theme Author

    Hi,

    Please try the following CSS Snippet to remove Author stamp and Date from archives.

    
    .archive .entry-meta-header-bottom {
      display: none;
    }
    

    It would also be helpful to know how to have the categories listed on the page ‘Music by Mood’.

    There is no option to display all categories on a page automatically.

    Thanks

    #135818

    myreasontobe
    Member

    Hi there, sorry to re-open this. The feedback I’ve been getting for my site has constantly picked up on the fact that, if you click on ‘Music by Mood’ or ‘Music by Genre’ you are linked to a dead page. I want those menus to only have a drop down menu, which they currently do. But is it possible to make it so that people cannot click on the ‘Music by Mood’ or ‘Music by Genre’ menus? (I just want them to be able to hover above it for the menu).

    Cheers,

    Jon

    #135897

    designorbital
    Theme Author

    Hi,
    Yes it is possible.

    You can use Custom Link in the Custom Menu.
    And, in the URL section please use #. So when a user will click on a link having # in the URL, it will not happen anything.

    I hope it will help you.
    Thanks

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