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  • Resolved 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+
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    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


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

    Which theme are you using?

    Thread Starter Bryan Zarate


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

    == == == remove ‘posted by… etc.’


    == == == remove ‘previous … next’

    .nav-previous, .nav-next{


    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


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

    You’re welcome.

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