Support » Fixing WordPress » Removing Byline from custom theme

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  • I would recommend asking for support form Templatic, one of the template files in that theme will code for that by line, you can just comment it out. If you do this I would recommend creating a child theme so that you changes are saved when you update the theme.

    A quick and nasty fix is to add some custom CSS to the theme. You can either do this yourself or you can use a custom css plugin like the one that comes with the Jetpack Plugin or a plugin like this one

    You can then add this css code to hide the “by [author]” line.

    .author {
         display: none;

    Please note though that this will hide all instances of the .author class.

    I want all of the instances hidden, so the “quick and nasty” fix was perfect in my case! Thanks so much.

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