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How do I stop tags and categories being shown at the end of my posts?

  1. How do I stop tags and categories being shown at the end of my posts?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Will you please post an active link starting with http:// to the blog in question so we can provide an accurate answer?

    1. Don't add any tags or categories and there will be nothing to display, aside from the default category which you can change to one of your own choice.

    2. In some themes you can purchase an annually renewable custom design upgrade and do the required CSS editing to remove the display of categories and tags.

  3. Thanks. If I don't add any tags or categories,then my posts won't be able to be seen or found!

  4. If you do not post the URL for the blog in question we cannot provide specific advice. Will you please post the URL starting with http:// for the blog in question so I don't have to provide "general" answers and can instead provide specific answers?

  5. Here's a link to a review in question where I want photos and text to be easily standardised without me having to size or place the photos individually - something I can just drag and drop in?

  6. This is the URL for the blog

  7. Note: I provided 1. because it is a viable option though I don't recommend it. It's a fallacy to believe that posts cannot be found if we do not assign tags or categories to them. In fact, the search spiders are programmed to locate keywords in the text of our posts. If the tags, categories, headings and sub-headings contain keywords which are not reflected in the text the spiders COUGH and the posts appear waaaaaayyyy back in the SERPs (search engine page results).

  8. Thanks. I understand. However, my categories provide the sections on my site, as you'll see from the menus at the top of

  9. ps I would however LOVE to dispense with bothering to do tags for each entry - shall I do that?

  10. Thanks for the link. If you would like to link your blog to your username so we can locate it quickly it's easy to do. Dashboard -> Users -> Personal Settings -> then scroll down to Account Details. Then scroll down to where it says ‘Website‘ select the URL for your primary blog and then save changes.

    Your theme, Magazine is a premium theme and we Volunteers answering questions on this forum have no knowledge of how they are designed to operate. When you purchased your premium theme what came with that purchase was support directly from the theme designer in the Premium Theme Support Forum. There is a link for the specific Premium Theme support forum 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.
    Note: If you purchased the custom design upgrade you also purchased Staff support for CSS editing.

  11. Thank you for your time x

  12. You most welcome and best wishes with your blog. :)

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