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  • Resolved bhskr


    Hi there,

    Is there any way by which i can disable the related posts coming below each post. I would like to use a plugin instead. Thanks.

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  • Which theme are you using?


    Sure, but not through any theme options in the WordPress Dashboard. I tested this with a dev install. Take a look at the bottom of the post at You can see that the related posts area is gone 🙂

    All I did was renamed the related-content.php file to “old-related-content.php.” This file can be found in wp-content/themes/expound/. It’s not a clean solution but it works 🙂

    Having some option to disable Related Posts is a decent idea. However, I do know that some developers don’t like theme options.

    Well as I said in another thread that i learnt new things from you. I just did this in my custom css and it possibly worked for me.

    .single .site-content .related-content {
    display: none;

    I got rid of the related content. Marking this resolved.

    Marking this resolved.

    That works even better 🙂 Make sure you are using either a Custom CSS plugin or a child theme.

    Hi Guys,

    Glad to see someone figured ways to cut the “related content” bar from the pages. I am quite new at wordpress and am not sure how to access “wp-content/themes/expound/” I tried pasting it onto the end of by blog’s url but got a “page not found” error. Is this soemthing that can be accessed through the dashboard hierarchy?

    I am also not sure what custom css is and where to find it.

    If anyone can give me pointers on whichever of these two solutions seems simplest, I’d be much obliged!


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