Support » Fixing WordPress » Remove classes, such as class=”entry”

  • Hi,

    I’m sure this has been asked before (and i have searched), but i just can’t find a solution.

    I was wondering how you remove all the classes that wordpress adds to the code such as

    class=”page_item page-item-2″
    class=”entry”
    class=”pagenav”

    and so on…

    I know you can edit some core files like wp-includes/classes.php and wp-includes/category-template.php but is there an easier way, like a plugin of a bit of code that will remove the classes.

    Cheers

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  • esmi

    (@esmi)

    Forum Moderator

    WordPress doesn’t add most of those classes. They’re part of your theme and, without them, your pages may not look very good. The only one that looks like a core class addition is page_item page-item-2 but, if you don’t use those CSS hooks, you can just ignore them. What’s the point in removing them?

    Thanks for the reply,

    class=”entry” was a bad example, I was looking to reduce the amount of code that was generated. It not a problem I just don’t like the fact that there is useless code filling out the pages.

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