Byline customization

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    #37399

    Binaya D
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    Hi There,

    If you want to hide the “Published on, by” which is in the entry-meta, then you can use the following css for it;

    .single-post span.posted-on {
    	display: none;
    }
    .single-post span.byline:nth-child(2), span.author.vcard {
    	display: none !important;
    }

    NOTE: Please use the child theme style.css or custom css plugin to write the css.

    Thanks

    #37408

    Joel Ford
    Participant

    No, that doesn’t work, either. I’ve attached a screenshot. As you can see, the word “by” remains…
    🙁

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    #37410

    Joel Ford
    Participant

    Sorry, my mistake (forgot to disable cloudflare). Your code works perfectly! Thank you, Binaya!

    #37440

    Binaya D
    Participant

    Hi Joel,

    You are welcome, if you face any problem in future then please let us know. We are happy to provide solution asap.

    Thanks

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