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  • #15520
    Roland
    Member

    Searched the forums for this topic & Celelestial Reloaded and didn’t see it: Can you share how we can hide or remove the Date of our blog posts?

    Many thanks,

    ~RJ

    #20508
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Hi Roland….what version is your theme and do you have a link to your blog?

    #20513
    Roland
    Member
    #20514
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Actually, you are using Celestial Reloaded 2.4.1…I just looked at your style.css file which shows the version.

    Anyway, you will need to do some custom CSS like this:

    .entry-date {display:none;}

    The class entry-date is the container that the date shows up in, so the display none will hide it from view, although it does not remove it from the source code.

    #20515
    Roland
    Member

    That CSS works great, Andre:

    Sorry about the version # confusion . . . here’s the screen shot where it says Version 1.5 (maybe I’m looking in the wrong area)

    Version.png

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    #20516
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    That is odd because when I go to the link you provided and look at the style.css file, it shows this info:

    Theme Name: Celestial Reloaded
    Theme URI: https://www.styledthemes.com/celestial
    Author: Styled Themes
    Author URI: https://www.styledthemes.com
    Description: Celestial Reloaded is a theme designed to give you a website that speaks volume when it comes to sophisticaton that includes good looks and lots of features. Celestial Reloaded continues popularity with a fresh new foundation that is built on strength and compatibility. 
    Version: 2.4.1

    The 1.5 version and screenshot you posted above, is that the “active” theme? That screenshot is the old “Celestial” theme.

    #20517
    Roland
    Member

    Oh Crud! You’re right. I have BOTH version installed. I clicked on the wrong one.

    Lemme ask you this, Andre . . . my child theme (which is the one that’s active) is version 1.0. Is that the latest version of the child?

    #20518
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    That’s OK, especially because I discovered yesterday that I goofed up between the last few versions of Celestial Reloaded and the Celestial theme (long story short, the latest versions of Celestial Reloaded stylesheet actually loads in Celestial). Confusing I know and not sure how I got the theme files mixed up, but since 2.5.4, the theme registers as Celestial.I’m assuming your parent theme being used (via child theme) is titled as “Celestial Reloaded” and not “Celestial” ?

    Anyway, regarding the child theme, you should be OK. Technically the child theme should not get updates from the developer (me).

    #20519
    Roland
    Member

    Yes, my Parent is Celestial Reloaded 2.4.1
    🙂

    #15521
    Sushil Adhikari
    Moderator

    Well, I’m about to do an update but due to my inadvertently mixing up the theme files from both Celestial’s and now it registers as “Celestial”, if you decide to update later, make sure you do a BACK-UP. I’m not sure what if anything will happen. I’m working on version 2.6.6 of Celestial (Celestial Reloaded).

    These are signs I need a vacation.

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