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[Resolved] New Theme – Need help with Path

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  • Sami Keijonen

    @samikeijonen

    You can hide them using CSS. Put this in your child theme style.css.

    .post_tag {
        display: none;
    }

    Path is officially supported in themehybrid.com by Justin Tadlock.

    http://themehybrid.com/support/forum/path

    katyconfidential

    @katyconfidential

    Thanks so much for your response! This did remove them on the actual individual post page, but the tags still show up on the home page under each post intro. section. How can I remove the tags from the front home page? Thank you for your time!

    Sami Keijonen

    @samikeijonen

    Do not modify parent themes files. You have added CSS in parent theme style.css. When you update the theme next time, you will lose all modifications. The right way to do it is install and activate child theme and put your styles in child themes style.css. You can get Path Child Theme from here.

    Path Child

    http://codex.wordpress.org/Child_Themes

    katyconfidential

    @katyconfidential

    I have switched to the child theme and made the change that you suggested. Now, the tags are gone from the front home page but still show on the individual post pages. Any suggestions would be much appreciated!

    Sami Keijonen

    @samikeijonen

    Here you go.

    .singular .entry-meta .post_tag {
    display: none;
    }

    katyconfidential

    @katyconfidential

    Thank you so much! That worked perfectly! 🙂

    I wanted to do the same thing (remove those post tags) but I don’t know how to incorporate the child theme into the parent theme. Do I need to do it using ftp or can I do it through WP? I uploaded it to my WP themes page and activated it but then I lost a lot so I switched back to the regular path theme. Thanks for your help 🙂

    I realized I just needed to add my menu’s back in and logo, etc. but I see that in the Child Theme CSS there is nothing there to edit. Looks like I need to copy the parent stylesheet and insert it there? I’m afraid of messing something up. I’m still new to this. Thanks in advance to anyone with an answer. 🙂

    Child theme style.css have @import rule. It means that all Path theme styles are imported to child theme.

    /* Importing the parent theme stylesheet. */
    @import url( '../path/style.css' );

    Add your styles after that.

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