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[resolved] How to removed publishing info for certain categories? (4 posts)

  1. solid7
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    I have a specific category that I want to remove all of the published info from under the post title. (date and category info) Mine is a sports page, and I add game information and results. It is not necessary to have a published date or category for this. However, I would like to keep the information in other categories, where the timely information is relevant.

    Please help me to know where to look for the div that contains this information, as I am not finding it in the control panel.

    I'd also like to change the placement of the social media div, and the answer to the previous question will probably answer that one, as well.

    Thank you.

  2. solid7
    Member
    Posted 8 months ago #

    Is there a resource that outlines where each piece of the code resides? It would be nice if there were a graphic that pointed to each piece of text in the theme, and listed where the corresponding code can be found.

  3. solid7
    Member
    Posted 7 months ago #

    Surely this must be a fairly simple question to answer...

    Remove the date and category from underneath the title heading of individual posts...

    Thank you.

  4. annotum
    Member
    Theme Author

    Posted 7 months ago #

    The div containing the date and category in articles is
    <div class="meta">.

    One way to 'suppress' this heading is to use a page rather than a post or article.

    For locating the various sections of code, what I usually do (I don't always remember where they are!) is go to the page in Chrome, select the relevant portion, and use the context menu in chrome to "inspect element". Then I search the code for that portion of the text.

    So for example, the social media stuff is in <div class="tools-bar supplement clearfix">. So I search for tools-bar in the code on Github:

    https://github.com/Annotum/Annotum/search?q=tools-bar&ref=cmdform

    And there it is:

    https://github.com/Annotum/Annotum/blob/219948b10fc8083627fbe535c363035e80b24b2d/annotum-base/misc/tools-bar.php

    Hope this helps!

    -Carl
    __________
    Annotum Support

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