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  • Plugin Author IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hi @bahus,
    Thanks for choosing IntellyWP products.

    You can hide the inline related posts from specific DIVs editing the following file
    /wp-content/plugins/intelly-related-post/includes/classes/html/HTMLContext.php

    at line 196 and add each class name (in this case no_bullets), separated by |

    $classes=explode(‘|’, ‘yuzo_related_post|shareaholic-|wp-caption|wordpress-post-tabs|amp-wp-article-content|title-wrapper|sa-source-wrapper|et_pb_text_inner|wprm-recipe-name|toc_light_blue|ast-oembed-container|depiction|wc-tab|gkblock-3|et_pb_toggle_content|et_pb_module|aawp-product__description|fusion-text|fusion-alert-content|mv-create-instructions|recipe-ingredients-wrap|guide-box|underPostOptin|x-columnize|no_bullets’);

    We are also working to include a textarea where you can add each css class name from the plugin settings in the next update

    Cheers

    IntellyWP

    This is a very necessary function: adding classes in settings.
    And this file is updated when installing a new version of the plugin? After all, all changes are deleted in this case.
    And it is necessary to add a class or id, too?

    • This reply was modified 5 months, 1 week ago by  .
    Plugin Author IntellyWP

    (@intellywp)

    Hey @bahus

    we will include this class in the next plugin update.

    You can add only the CSS class

    Cheers

    IntellyWP

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