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  • Hi,

    I’m using a child theme of Pinboard and I’m trying to hide the admin bar under each new post summary.

    You can see what I’m talking about here:

    If there’s a way to get rid of the “admin” “date” “category” “edit” and “permalink” links that would be GREAT!

    Thanks in advance.

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  • Hi,

    This is also happening in the gallery section when you click on a photo. ( Is it in the style.css or in another part of the original coding.

    I know there’s someone out there that can help. Don’t leave me hanging : )

    This is an aside tag <aside class="entry-meta">
    2 solutions:

    (1) You can edit the css file. At the bottom of the css file, add this line: aside.entry-meta { display:none!important;}

    (2) You can remove or comment-out the whole aside tag from the template php file.

    Awesome! Thanks so much. That worked! I just added

    aside.entry-meta {

    to the child theme style.css and it worked like a charm.

    I knew it was a display:none deal, but can you explain “aside.entry-meta” and what that means or encompasses. I’ve been teaching myself this for a few years and I learn so much more when it’s explained a little.

    Thanks so much again!

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