Please could you tell me where/how I can remove the POSTED ON date on the blog page – not the author though – just the date: http://www.theportwebdesign.com/our-blog/ – I managed to remove it on the single post but not on the main page above.
I changed the php code and also I already did the css so I left it there.
BUT…bad news – actually weird news: on Chrome when I open the blog – the date is there – I refresh and it’s gone. On IE same. On Firefox the date is always there – still there after cleaning cache and all.
Sorry to bug you but please would you mind to have a look and tell me if you see the posted on date and on which browser?
There is some sort of cache in your WP which is causing this ? Do you use any caching plugin for WordPress ? If yes just disable it so cache is invalidated. To test it properly, open the Incognito mode of Google chrome which doesn’t store the Cache and it was not showing posted by there.
I am still totally lost with these cache plugins – when I used Wc3 cache it slowed down my site enormously so I use another: wp fastest cache. Do we really need a cache plugin??? Tell me what you think.
Thank you anyway for the suggestion. I should think about that but seems that I think the wrong way – I think that when I clean the cache plugin it should refresh but seems that it is doing the contrary…
@Jeremy – You should only edit the files of child theme not of parent theme.
@Prisca – I hope your cache problem is not troubling you at the moment. I forgot to reply you last time about your question. Using cache plugin is good as it can lower the page serving time and server overhead in WordPress but make sure the right checkbox are checked as I’ve seen many plugin are not compatible with all the features of the cache plugin.