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Remove 'Published' Date (and Time) from Front Page

  • I have a static front page with a slideshow and several featured posts, all of which display/import the published date/time/comments from the destination page (shown in italics).

    site: aluralegal.com

    Following support pages like this:
    http://wordpress.org/support/topic/delete-or-remove-timedate-stamp

    I have deleted the span class=”date” code from the home page template (tpl_home.php) to no effect.

    I have also deleted the following code from the style.php file:

    ul#slideshow li .slide_text .date {
    font-size: 11px;
    display: block;
    color: #8F8F8F;
    font-style: italic;
    }

    This has been difficult theme to build a child off due in part to the fact that most styles are built into the style.php file which may be the source of the problem.

    I do not understand how the home page imports this data from the source page (I am guessing through the functions.php).

    I assume I can reduce the font size of the ‘problem’ text to zero but that would leave an undesired gap in text and I would like to delete the ‘right’ way and learn in the process.

    Thanks.

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