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    I cant seem to be able to remove the [ blog ]. Don’t see an option for it either, even in the customize theme area of site. Any suggestions?

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  • It’s hard-coded in the template, you have to override home.php taking out that part via child theme.
    http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

    Or maybe you can use this in Custom CSS plugin.

    .home.blog #content > h2 { display: none; }
    .home.blog div#sidebar { margin-top: 0; }

    Why would they hard-code a horrible [ blog ], who’s going to want to have that in the theme lol

    Also is it possible to remove the is powered by WordPress and Half-Baked

    I tried the code by the way in the css, never took it away, I am not too sure about child theme stuff, will need to learn.

    It’s nothing wrong with hardcoding html directly, it’s more straightforward and file loads faster.

    The theme author might decided on this thinking why wouldn’t anyone want a Blog header on a Blog home page ? So it’s just a different way of thinking.

    I see, I managed to remove it, but I am not going to bother with the child theme, because I dont intend to upload the theme to any new additions in the future, and if I do I can easily remove it again.

    What about the powered by, any siggestions on how I can remove this, as it does not look really good where its positioned.
    Thanks Paul 😉

    ah the powered by was easy to remove, it’s just part of a sidebar widget ha ha.

    Thanks for your help 😉

    Revert theme files back to original, install one of those Custom CSS plugins and put the code above into its setting to remove the Blog Header on Home and also put this in to remove the powered by text in the sidebar.

    #sidebar #meta.widget { display: none; }
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