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Modifying the Greyzed Theme

  1. jeremysadventure
    Member

    I am using the Greyzed Theme to create a "website" and had a few questions about changing one thing..

    There is an arrow going to a link that is an rss feed. I don't work with rss feeds so I have a couple of questions about this link.

    1) Is it possible to change that rss link to another link of my choosing and if so how to do it.

    2) If it is not possible to change this link, is it possible to remove it from the Theme?
    Thanks
    Jeremy

    The blog I need help with is americanhaircaretelaviv.wordpress.com.

  2. (1) No
    (2) Yes you can purchase a custom design upgrade and do the required CSS editing to hide the link but what's the point in doing that? All WordPress blogs have multiple built-in feeds and hiding the link doesn't eliminate the feeds. Moreover the syntax is well known, the feeds will remain active, and we can't prevent anyone from subscribing to them. http://en.support.wordpress.com/feeds/

  3. jeremysadventure
    Member

    Thanks for your reply..

    I am a bit on the low tech side of things and not exactly sure what rss is supposed to do. I am using this blog as a "website" so there will not be any real post just static pages with limited interaction from people who visit.

    Is there a reason to not hide the link?

  4. Is there a reason to not hide the link?

    No but it's going to cost you $30.00 every year to hide it. Does that sit well with you?

    P.S. This may be helpful Create a Website at WordPress.com > http://onecoolsitebloggingtips.com/2012/10/22/create-a-website-at-wordpress-com/

  5. jeremysadventure
    Member

    I am already paying the $30 so that is not a problem.. so how do I accomplish hiding it?

    I will check out that link thanks!

  6. I flagged this thread so it's moved to the CSS Forum where you can get the help you need.

  7. jeremysadventure
    Member

    Thanks, and the link was very helpful!

  8. It's good to know that my post was helpful. Thank you. :)

  9. To hide the RSS link at the top of the Greyzed theme, add this to your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS editor:

    #header .rss {
    	display: none;
    }

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