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  • Resolved Bryan Zarate

    (@bryan-zarate)


    when i add something new on my pages, ( i am using the business pro theme) and its on fullwidth, on my actual page it says in the bottom left corner it says this ….
    Posted by samzaratesz+
    Posted in
    Jul, 09, 2014
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    and on the on the bottom right it says “Next Post →”

    is there any way for this to go away? i have a business and i don’t want people seeing every time i add something new, thanks for the help guys.

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    Thread Starter Bryan Zarate

    (@bryan-zarate)

    Thanks, unfortunately the ‘underconstruction page’ doesn’t help much in giving you the solution.

    Which theme are you using?

    Thread Starter Bryan Zarate

    (@bryan-zarate)

    the under contruction page is off now.. take a look

    == == == remove ‘posted by… etc.’

    .post_meta{
       display:none;
    }

    == == == remove ‘previous … next’

    .nav-previous, .nav-next{
       display:none;
    }

    Note:

    Instead of ‘display:none; ‘ you could use visibility:hidden;
    This will give a slightly different effect: The content will disappear, but the ‘space’ it took up, will stay ‘blanc’.

    == == ==
    If your theme has an option to customize the CSS like a ‘custom css’-TAB, place the above code there.
    Is such a feature missing from your theme? See the instructions below.
    Add the above code to the `style.css’ of your CHILDtheme:

    You don’t have a childtheme yet?

    1. Install and activate ‘one click childtheme plugin
    2. create the childtheme
    3. Dashboard > appearance > Themes > activate the childtheme
    4. Make the changes in the CHILDtheme!

    • make changes to ‘styles.css’ of the CHILDtheme
    • copy php files of the original theme [as required] to the childtheme directory and edit them as required.
    Thread Starter Bryan Zarate

    (@bryan-zarate)

    thanks a lot you guys are great! ill make sure to come back for my next question

    You’re welcome.

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