[resolved] meta-wrap subhead php code? (3 posts)

  1. fauxgt4
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Was trying to edit the meta-wrap that appears underneath blog posts. I like the date, and someday I want to put the name back on there, but for not want to get rid of the category and the "No Comments" part.

    I've gotten rid of the icons by just cheating and throwing a display:none into the CSS for them, but I'd really like to find what file is actually rendering the meta-wrap and just edit that to include/not include what I want.

    Blog URL: http://www.tipsformarketers.com

    Anyone know what file in terrifico renders this? I thought it maybe was themes > Terriffico > Functions > framework-functions.php and I found this:

    if ( $blog_title_color !='' )
    	$output .= '#respond, #post-article .link-box a, #post-article .quote-author, #post-article .quote-text ,#post-article .meta-wrap a, #post-article .meta-wrap, #post-article .blog-title, #post-article .title-meta .blog-socials a, #post-article .title-meta .blog-posted-by .icon-user, #post-article .title-meta .blog-posted-by a {color:' . $blog_title_color . ' !important}' . "\n";
    	$output .= '.title-meta {border-top: 5px solid' . $blog_title_color . ' !important}' . "\n";
    	$output .= '#post-article .title-meta .left-border {border-left: 1px solid' . $blog_title_color . ' !important}' . "\n";

    on lines 160-163, but I'm not skilled enough to tell if this is what I'm looking for, and if so, how to edit it to not display the comments and the category.

    Any help is appreciated!

  2. vpthemes
    Theme Author

    Posted 2 years ago #

    You need to edit file name "meta.php" located inside your theme folder.

  3. fauxgt4
    Posted 2 years ago #

    Well heavens, that was easy. Thanks vpthemes!

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