April 12, 2014 at 7:38 pm #15014
Hi, I am facing the same problem, actually I am using cercomfence theme, but thinking this may help as well.
I follow your instruction and edit the child theme, Stylesheet (style.css) this file, within /* Add your custom css below */,
I put the code your told, but now works, is there any thing wrong, sorry for my poor knowledge for this…
when you say ” create the following custom css:”
where to do thing ? also try to creat a file custome css.css and upload, maybe I do wrong.
Thanks for your help in advance.April 12, 2014 at 7:55 pm #19665
Hi Louis…I moved this topic to the Circumference forum category.
Removing the author and other info below the post is very easy because I have a theme option setting for that. I’m also assuming this is for the full post view?
Go to Appearance >> Customize >> Basic Settings
Check the box next to “Hide Post Footer Info”April 12, 2014 at 8:28 pm #19666
Thank you so much… The money spent for the theme is really worthy.
I follow the instruction and click on the box for hide post footer info,but looks not works.
Sorry for take your time for this maybe simple problem.
Could you pls check my website, http://www.wsw-china.com/new-arrival/
you can see below my post title, you can still find post on, by , comments,etc.
I have set new arrival page as blog pages. Thanks in advanceApril 12, 2014 at 8:32 pm #19667
One more request, following my last reply, if possible, I want to remove all these things below the post title,
“Image Posted on: by: [email protected] 1 Comment ”
is it possible ?April 12, 2014 at 8:40 pm #19668
Oh, you want it gone from the blog post summary below the title. If you want that one gone, you will need to do some custom css then:
Doing the above will remove that line of into from your website on every page that displays that.April 12, 2014 at 8:47 pm #19669
You are just super star, so that efficient works…. thanks a lot.
Yes, this is just my query, I also tried to google solution because I hope release your works facing so much clients,
some body also suggest doing custom css, but how to do that ?
How to do custom css ?
I note there is file named “stylesheet style.css” from the editor, and inside I do find something says
/* Add your custom css below */,
I do apologize for my poor knowledge… thanks for your time.April 12, 2014 at 8:51 pm #19670
my friend, a related question I want to solve in the same time, so not to ask you the other time.
when you visit my post page http://www.wsw-china.com/new-arrival/
after you click on the title on the right side bar, I mean the title link right to the thumbnail pictures,
we can open the post on a new window, but you can see the post page show thumbnail photo
and full size phone as well. Thumbnail photo I want to remove, how to do this ?
A big thanks for your time…April 12, 2014 at 8:54 pm #19671
Doing custom css can be done in one of two ways:
1. Child theme
2. A plugin that allows you to edit CSS
If you are not using a child theme, look for a plugin that lets you edit CSS and then you can add that code I did to it. If you are using the child theme, for Circumference, you would edit the child theme’s style.css file and add the code I gave you just below the line that looks like this:
/* Add your custom css below */
Don’t worry about your english….english is my first language and even I do not speak it well. :side:April 12, 2014 at 8:59 pm #19672
Hi, the great super star, I just hide every information below the post.
Thanks so much much ….. 🙂 🙂 🙂April 12, 2014 at 9:03 pm #19673
Yeah, you are making jokes my friend, I believe your English will just be super.
So after that solution, I will wait to hide the thumbnail photo which shows when we open the post page.
Thank you.April 12, 2014 at 9:21 pm #15015
I find the solution already for this.
There is a box from customizer ” Hide Full Post Featured Image”
I click on that, things are done. Thank you.
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