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[resolved] Remove date,author and category from post in home. (5 posts)

  1. unixunderground
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    I would like to remove the "On xxdate, 2011, in xxcategory, by xxauthor" thing that appears on the top of each post..
    I've been searching around for a while ,but I can't really find a suitable solution on how to remove those informations on the specific theme I'm using (as I'm still a noob at all these wordpress things)..

    The theme I'm using is iBlogPro 4 ,on WP 3.2, and the site is http://www.kulturspiralen.com ..

    I don't know if this is useful in any way, but here's the index.php file , and here are the template_feature.php and the template_posts.php that have being included in the index.

    Does anyone have a solution on this?

    Any help would be really appreciated..

  2. keyaspects
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Find the following in your page.php file (that's if you have not created a page template and are using this instead of the standard page.php file.

    Then find and comment out (using //)
    See code below. (this will remove all meta data, i.e. date category author etc)

    <?php //include (TEMPLATEPATH . '/inc/meta.php' ); ?>

    If you want to be specific about what you want to remove, maybe just the author then edit you meta.php file found in root directory of your current WP-Theme installation.

  3. unixunderground
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    This is my page.php file:

    <?php get_header(); ?>
    
    <?php require(THEME_LIB.'/template_page.php');?>
    
    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    What should I change?

    I would like to remove this whole thing from my posts..

    Anyway, I looked for the meta.php file in the root of my theme (/wp-content/themes/MyTheme) , but there is not such file in there..

    What should I do?

    Thanks again for your kind help

  4. keyaspects
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    ok, find the following file _post.php in
    /wp-content/themes/iBlogPro/library/_posts.php

    next find the div with a class of metabar (should be line 33 or there abouts.

    find where that div ends and place the following comments around it like this:
    <!-- <div ...... content .... div> -->

    this div contains all the info regarding the meta output. date etc.
    best to comment out instead of delete as you might just need it sometime in the future.

  5. unixunderground
    Member
    Posted 2 years ago #

    The _posts.php did the trick!

    Thank you very much for your support, it really helped me out!

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