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Removing a category from a page?

  • Not sure why my pages even have categories, but anybody who has the simpla theme should be experiencing the same thing.

    my blog is – http://prtat.com/
    an example page is – http://prtat.com/faq/

    it says “Filed in General” just like a general post would be. When clicking it, the pages don’t show up

    http://prtat.com/category/general/

    but it still bugs me. I’d also like to remove the “posted by,” “comments off,” and the “comments are closed” text if possible.

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  • You could look at sidebar.php and header.php or even footer.php.
    The category/general might be listed in one of those php.

    I looked a bit, and it seems like there’s only one instance. I don’t know anything about php yet, so I don’t know what to do about it really. I think it’s treating pages as articles, basically.

    If anybody else needs help with this, go here – http://wordpress.org/support/topic/216981

    All I ended up doing was copying and pasted the entire main index template into a page template, and then removing the stuff I didn’t want.

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