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How do I remove the bottom of page 'stuff'?

  • How do I make the tags not show up on the home page?
    My site is at; http://www.connection-junction.com and I’m using 2010 theme, which I like.

    This stuff …
    ‘Posted in Uncategorized | Tagged 303 Enfield, British 303, british Enfield, Enfield rifle, Enfield rifles, Lee Enfield, Lee Enfield rifle, Lee Enfield rifles, Smle | 1 Comment | Edit’

    I can hardly believe that anyone would want to display their keywords anywhere visible for competitors to see and pinch, so I must be missing some basic instruction to make them go away. Any tips much appreciated. thanks Roger

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  • degamer12
    Member

    @degamer12

    Go to your template en delete <div class=”entry-utility”> till </div>. It should be gone then. (dont forget to backup your template file that you are about to change)

    Chip Bennett
    Theme Review Admin

    @chipbennett

    Those aren’t keywords; those are taxonomy terms, used to describe your content. Stuffing your post tags full of SEO keywords is a waste of time and effort.

    That said, if you simply want to make them invisible, use the CSS attribute display:none so that they output in the browser source, but are not rendered.

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