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Where is loop page for Coraline Theme? Please help!

  1. allthethingswesee
    Member

    Hi everyone,

    I feel like this is a ridiculously silly question and it probably is, but....
    Where is the loop page for the Coraline theme layout?

    I've been playing around with CSS and want to take off the "Posted on" section of the date display which shows under the Entry title in the Coraline theme. I found this code on another thread:
    <div class="entry-meta">
    <?php coraline_posted_on(); ?>
    </div><!-- .entry-meta -->

    The poster said it worked perfectly. I'm a little confused...is this supposed to be inserted in the CSS section? In the thread I found it in they said to "look in theme's loop.php"...

    WHERE DO I FIND THAT? I'm so confused. I'm very new to all of this, so I'm sorry if this is a no brainer for you guys, I just dont know where to find the page to put that code.

    Thanks in advance for your help!

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  3. allthethingswesee
    Member

    Hi, sorry.... the blog I am working with is allthethingswesee.wordpress.com

  4. We do not have access to your php files on wordpress.com.

    I think you can hide the "Posted on" portion by using css:
    Try this in your css if you have the custom design upgrade:

    .meta-prep {<br /> display:none;<br /> }

    I think you can try it without first buying the upgrade by going to the Dashboard > Appearance > Custom Design. On that page you can access your CSS. If you don't yet have it, you can preview for free to see if the code does what you want it to.

    I would probably not buy the upgrade for such a small thing, but if you think you will be tweaking a lot of css it might be worth the annual fee.

  5. allthethingswesee
    Member

    That worked! Thank you so much! Is there a css code to move the date above the post title? With the Coraline theme the date is set below the post title.

    Also, is there a css code to make the date regular text and not a link?

    Thank you so much for your help!

  6. allthethingswesee
    Member

    Forgot to mention...I'm playing around with the free preview of CSS editor like you mentioned before purchasing it. :)

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