Support » Theme: Preference Lite » How to Remove "Posted in" and "Tagged" at the bottom of posts in Preference Lite

  • Hi, I am using the Preference Lite theme and I noticed there are “posted in:” (then followed by the category name) and “tagged:” (then followed by the series of tagged terms) links at the bottom of my wordpress posts. How do I remove those? I would rather my posts be cleared of such links as I do not want viewers to know how my posts are tagged and the category they are posted in.

    Any help will be much appreciated!! Thanks in advance!

    Renai

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  • There are two two ways to do it.

    1) Using custom css (Use Simple custom CSS Plugin if you don’t have option for custom css)

    .single-post .entry-footer {
    display: none;
    }

    but this also not display paginate links if a page is broken down into subpages.

    2) creating Child Theme
    create a child theme and copy content-single.php and go to lines 40-49 where it says

    <?php
    $categories_list = get_the_category_list( _x( ', ', 'used between list items, there is a space after the comma', 'preference' ) );
    		$tags_list = get_the_tag_list( '', _x( ', ', 'used between list items, there is a space after the comma', 'preference' ) );
    
    		if ( $categories_list )
    			printf( '<span>' . __( '<span class="cat-links">Posted in: </span> %1$s.', 'preference' ) . '</span><br />', $categories_list );
    		if ( $tags_list )
    			printf( '<span>' . __( '<span class="tag-links">Tagged: </span> %1$s.', 'preference' ) . '</span><br />', $tags_list );
    		?>
    		<?php  the_modified_date( 'F j, Y', __( '<span class="modified-date">Last Modified: </span> ', 'preference') ); ?>

    comment it or remove it..

    Theme Author Styled Themes

    (@gejay)

    The best way is to use a CSS Editing plugin, such as was just suggested and do it as was posted:

    .single-post .entry-footer {
    display: none;
    }

    If you use a child theme method, this theme already has an installable child theme. You will find it in your theme files in a folder named “child-theme”.

    Where do I add the code at? I got the plugin and put:
    .single-post .entry-footer {
    display: none;
    }
    but the category and tags did not go away.

    I just put the code into the Simple CSS, should I be putting it into a specific file?
    ………………….
    What I want to end up with is my
    Category
    Homepage
    at the end of every post
    ……………
    Is there a way to do that. I was just going to get rid of what I had by not displaying it and then manually adding the parent category to each post.

    I would much prefer to just do it automatically, (by adding code) if possible.

    Right now each post has the homepage but no parent category. How do I get rid of the post-tag shown by default and get the Category, Homepage that I want.

    Theme Author Styled Themes

    (@gejay)

    Just to inform you all that this theme is no longer available in WordPress theme store and support is phasing out for this theme.

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