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Hiding Tags on Front Page

  1. alternativemagazine
    Member

    Hey guys me again! (http://alternativemagazineonline.co.uk/)

    Just wondering if there is a way with CSS to hide tags (but still use them) on my site. Also, I was hoping someone could explain the importance of using them? I don't mind doing them but I find they make my site look a little untidy sometimes! And if I hide them I assume they will still work anyway? I just think maybe on the front page having catagories and comments number would look more professional... feedback appreciated!

    The blog I need help with is alternativemagazineonline.co.uk.

  2. p.tagged {
       display: none;
    }
  3. alternativemagazine
    Member

    Hey thanks that works, but also gets rid of catagories. Is there any way to just hide tags? And will they still be working away in the background if I do hide them?

  4. alternativemagazine
    Member

    I now have it figured out I think, just need to confirm that hiding tags won't stop them working?

  5. No it won't. The source code of each one of your posts starts with this:
    <div class="post-[number] post hentry category-[etc etc] tag-[etc etc]" id="post-[number]">
    and ends with this:

    <p class="tagged">Filed under [etc etc]</p>
    <p class="tagged">Tags: [etc etc]</p>

    Hiding the tags will remove the content of the p tags but not the content of the div tag.

  6. alternativemagazine
    Member

    Ah excellent thank you! So even if I hide them I should keep tagging?

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