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  • Hi everyone,

    I’m expanding the scope of my new site, and have am having trouble with creating two pages for two different categories. I currently have a “Reviews” page, and have added a new “ArtistQ+A” category.


    1. When I create a new menu for “ArtistQ+A” the header shows up on the top. I want to hide “Category:ArtistQ&A” at the top of the new page.

    2. Instead of a short text followed by […], is it possible to have the full posts listed in this category page (just as it looks in the current “Reviews” page that is actually the “POSTS” pages), or at least be able to have an images listed here?

    The page I need help with: [log in to see the link]

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  • Hi @robertmberry,

    Thank you for reaching out.

    Regarding the first question:
    Yes, it is possible to remove the Category: ArtistQ&A title at the top of the page.
    You can try using this CSS code:

    .category-artist-qa > .site > #site-content > h1
     display: none;

    Regarding the second question:
    There are plugins that can help you control the Post Excerpt length, such as this one –

    Feel free to use any other, of course. This is just a suggestion towards which direction you should go 😀

    Let me know if this worked for you. 🙂

    Best Regards,

    Hi Pavle,

    Thank you so much for taking the time to look at this!

    I just tried the line of additional css code, and it didn’t seem to take the header off of the “Q+A” page. It still says “Category: Artist Q&A” at the top in big letters. None of the other codes I’ve found in google seem to work for the Go theme. 🙁

    The plugin did EXACTLY what I wanted it to, including listing a full preview on the category page.

    Thank you,



    Can anyone help me?



    Hey @robertmberry,

    I checked your website and I can see that the CSS code provided by Pavle does not load up on your page: Testing the code myself I can verify that the code provided is valid.

    This means that your stylesheet may be corrupted, or that you have a CSS markup error that prevents styles from loading.

    Have you tried another option to add styles to your website?

    If you are able to try all the methods listed and you are still unable to see the changes, let me know and I will recheck your website.

    Best regards,



    Hi @gdandrija,

    I just tried it again, and it worked this time. I’m guessing one of of the incremental updates to the Go theme let it do it’s thing.

    A big thank you to @gdandrija and @gdpavle!!

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