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Gridspace remove byline

  1. julierossmyers
    Member

    I am really having trouble with the CSS for this theme. How do I remove the author byline from all posts? I want to remove all the entry-meta except categories. http://miamiwriter.com/

    The blog I need help with is www.miamiwriter.com.

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  3. julierossmyers
    Member

    Sorry, miamiwriter is a redirected domain to miamiwriterinc.wordpress.com

  4. Gridspace is a premium theme and read-access to the premium themes forum is now open to all users so you can search to see if your question has been previously asked and answered there. The premium theme forums are at http://premium-themes.forums.wordpress.com/ with separate sections for each theme. http://premium-themes.forums.wordpress.com/gridspace/

    If you are not successful when searching there is a link for the specific Premium Theme support forum for your theme under Appearance -> Themes in your blog’s Dashboard, but do note that the premium theme must be active and you must be signed in as the user who purchased it in order to see it and post to it.

  5. I found that http://miamiwriter.com/ is currently using the Oxygen theme.

    This CSS will hide the byline for posts in the Oxygen theme:

    .entry-meta {
    	display: none;
    }

    In Gridspace, to hide all of the post meta data you can add this:

    .entry-meta .left {
    	display: none;
    }

    Or to just hide the author name, you can use this:

    .entry-meta .left p a[rel="author"],
    .entry-meta .left p span:first-child,
    .entry-meta .left p span:nth-of-type(2) {
    	display: none;
    }

    Note that ":nth-of-type" is a CSS3 pseudo selector and that CSS3 is new and only works in the very latest browsers.

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