Support » Plugin: Link Library » Show RSS Feed Headers in Link Library output

  • Resolved torstensbuechereckede

    (@torstensbuechereckede)


    Hi,

    I’m using the option mentioned in the topic to create a blogroll where the last post of every post is shown. After the post there is allways the date. That is not the posting date but the refresh date. Due to the fact that there is a refresh for all of them 2 times a day it makes not sense to add the date to every link in my case. It would be nice if it can be removed att all or maybe there is one date information of rss refresh for all of them.

    I have not found an option to remove the date from the RSS link. How can this be done?

    Regards,

    Torsten

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  • Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    I added a span with a class around the the data for RSS items, to be able to hide it. If you update to the latest version and add the following to your stylesheet for Link Library, the date should be hidden:

    .rsstimestamp {
    display: none;
    }

    Thread Starter torstensbuechereckede

    (@torstensbuechereckede)

    Hello Yannick,

    Thanks for your reply. This seems to have no effect:

    I cleared cache after changing this setting but looks like before.

    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    I am not seeing any of the Link Library CSS code in your page.

    Perhaps try adding the CSS in the theme customizer, under the Additional CSS section:

    .rsstimestamp {
    display: none;
    }
    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    I did test in browser at the URL provided and was able to hide the date with this CSS code. Please consider donating to support this plugin’s development.

    Thread Starter torstensbuechereckede

    (@torstensbuechereckede)

    Yes, in the theme it is working. Thank you. I already noticed before that changes to css had no effect. Seems to be that the theme overules it.

    Plugin Author Yannick Lefebvre

    (@jackdewey)

    That might actually show a problem with your theme. If your theme header does not include a call to the wp_head function, it would mean that plugins would not be allowed to add code into the site header.

    It could also be that a site performance or caching plugin is removing styling data that other plugins are putting in the header.

    At least you have a solution now, but I wanted you to be aware that you might have other underlying issues to investigate.

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