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  • Resolved frescarocks



    I would like to remove the ‘Posted on’ date stamp on all the existing posts on my website:

    I have searched high and low and tried a number of ‘fixes’ like removing code from css & page template, etc but nothing seems to work.

    Please help me. This is an educational blog and I would like it to be a perennial project. It will be more powerful without an ‘expired’ date on each post.

    Thank you.

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  • look in theme’s loop.php

    <div class="entry-meta">
    				<?php coraline_posted_on(); ?>
    			</div><!-- .entry-meta -->

    Marry me Samuel B!! It worked. YAY!!!!!!! THANK YOU. 🙂

    Hi again,

    One last question: I would like to remove ‘comment’ from the top of each post, but keep it in the bottom part.

    You’ll see what I mean if you click on my blog.

    I’d just like to remove the ‘comment’ under the participants names.

    Is that possible? If so please tell me how.

    Thank you so much.



    Moderator and Editor Customizer

    I don’t see a “comment’ toward the top of anything, next to any of the names.

    The only place I see “comment” is toward the bottom of each post, at the end of each persons content.

    OMG!! You’re right. I just went to look at the site on a work colleague’s computer and ‘comments’ is indeed gone (I had tried fiddling with the code and I guess it worked), but for some reason it is still visible when I look at it on my computer. WEIRD!! Maybe I need to clear the cache or something.

    Anyway, thank you for replying and so sorry to have wasted your time.


    I’m trying to do the same thing, but cant find that code in the coraline theme css code. Would it be labeled as something else?

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