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  • First day, first time trying to do a WordPress site. I’m trying to get rid of the ‘Posted in Uncategorised’ that appears after every post. I don’t need categories to be visible, it’s a very simple site. I’ve searched the forum and seen several bits of code to delete in several different places, but cannot find the relevant bit in Catch Box despite some hours of searching. Please help.

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  • If the theme has an option for user custom css, you can try this;

    .cat-links {display: none;}

    If there is no user custom css option, you could try adding that right to the bottom of the style sheet.

    Caveat: If you find the need to edit the theme files, you should consider the use of a Child Theme if possible, to prevent your changes from being overwritten if your theme gets an update.

    [edit] … on second glance, I think this might work better if you want to remove it from both the front page and the single page view:

    .entry-meta {display:none;}

    [RE-edit] ..Just took a look at the theme. It does indeed have a user CSS area. Just paste – .entry-meta {display:none;} – in the Custom CSS Styles box and save the changes. That should do it I think.

    Just tried it – .entry-meta {display:none;} – removes all of the bottom and the top meta. That one might not be desirable.

    Just the first bit of your advice was enough. Fixed it. Thank you very much indeed!

    You’re welcome!

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