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  • Hi,

    Template tag dots are displayed next to Related Posts list and I am in trouble.

    Is it possible to hide dots?

    Thanks.

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    • This topic was modified 1 month, 1 week ago by  u_510.
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  • Hi,

    I supplement sentences.
    This phenomenon only appears at the time of the sticky post.

    Thanks.

    http://www.u510.net/sample_img/sample-2018-07-13.png

    Theme Author Toshihiro Kanai

    (@mirucon)

    I can’t reproduce this; probably your own customization causes this issue?
    Well it seems like a list style, so you can use this to hide it:

    
    ul.related-posts-list {
      list-style: none
    }
    

    Thank you for your help.
    As you said, it was a list style, so I was able to hide it.
    But there was still a problem.

    I checked the parent theme.
    Can you see the sample image?
    This is a preview of the parent theme, which does not include own customization.
    Related posts of normal posts are displayed in the same style as the demo, so there is no problem.

    The problem occurs in a category that contains one “Sticky Posts”.
    Perhaps sticky post does not reflect css?
    So I think that this problem is not for my customization, but what do you think?

    I want to delete the blank spaces displayed only in the case of the “Sticky Posts”.

    Thanks you.

    http://www.u510.net/sample_img/sample-2018-08-10.png

    Theme Author Toshihiro Kanai

    (@mirucon)

    What do you basically mean by “Sticky Posts”? Does it mean that you have checked the “Stick to the Front Page” for a single post, and everything else (such as post title, categories, and tags) are just the same as other posts? If my understanding is correct, I cannot reproduce this with that settings. Well actually, the sticky post should not be something different from a normal post, but it’s more like a post normally.

    To investigate this issue deeply and to provide you with the better support, would you mind letting me know the details of your environment which WordPress run, including WordPress/PHP/theme’s versions and list of active plugins?

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