Fedreik Sujatmoko
asked 7 years ago

Hi DesignWall,
I want to remove the author, category, and date from all my wordpress posts. 
I am comfortable in editing codes. Is there a simple css-editing or a php page I need to edit to achieve this?

Thank you.

2 Answers
DominicStaff
answered 7 years ago

To resolve this issue, below is our instruction:
Firstly, follow the jetpack’s guideline in the Blog article on how to use Edit CSS here. http://designwall.com/blog/using-jetpack-custom-css-for-your-wordpress-site/
Then add the code to the Edit Css.

.entry-meta .byline, .entry-meta .cat-links { display: none; }
.entry-meta .posted-on { display: none; }

Hope this helps !

Fedreik Sujatmoko
replied 7 years ago

It does help a lot. Thank you, Dominic!

Hendrik Spree
replied 6 years ago

Hello,I only want to remove the author name from the full blog and the single posts, but category and date should still be displayed. (DW Jason) It’s a personal one man blog, so there’s no need for showing the name over and over again.I changed the code above. My little css-editing skills are too poor, I don’t get it. Thanks in advance for the help!

Dominic Staff
replied 6 years ago

Please add the following code to the style.css file:

.byline { display: none; }
Regards,

Hendrik Spree
replied 6 years ago

That did the job. Thanks!

Mukul M
replied 6 years ago

HiI tried this both ways, via Jetpack and directly via style.css.file, it is not working. I am still seeing the author, date, category etc. Is there any other setting, i need to activate / deactivate?

Mukul M
replied 6 years ago

BTW, i am using DW fixel theme

Dominic Staff
replied 6 years ago

You can add the following code to the style.css file:
.main-content .entry-meta { display: none; }
.main-content .entry-header { border-bottom: 1px solid #ddd; padding-bottom: 15px; }
.single-detail .entry-content { padding-top: 10px; }
Regards,

Mukul M
replied 6 years ago

Thanks for the quick revert Dominic…you are a rockstar! 🙂

Hendrik Spree
answered 4 months ago

Hi,
I installed the latest version DW Jason 1.1.0.
Adding

.byline { display: none; }

doesn’t work any longer, right?

Hendrik Spree
replied 4 months ago

Pasting this line into the CSS-section of the theme customizer, not the style-file in the editor, worked. No action needed.

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