Nishita Theme make tags date time stamp invisible

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  • #1194320

    Does anyone know how to make the tags under each post invisible to readers, as well as the date/time stamp on each one? Need CSS codes for this if you know where I could find them. Thanks!

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

    #1194479

    timethief
    Member
    #1194480

    timethief
    Member

    To hide the post date and comments closed notification in the Nishita theme see > https://en.forums.wordpress.com/topic/get-rid-of-post-date-comments-closed-under-post-with-nishita-theme?replies=4

    #1194483

    Thank you for the reply, however I still can’t find the specific code for Nishita Theme to hide the tags under each post, and also the date stamp. I haven’t upgraded to CSS yet, I wanted to try it first with the code to see if it works, but was not able to. I tried these in preview, but it didn’t hide anything, just actually listed these visible, along with my posts. (maybe I put them in the wrong place at the end of my text?)

    /* Hide post date */
    .type-post header time,
    .type-attachment header time {
    display: none;
    }

    /* Hide post date */
    .sidebar #recent_post .widget {
    display: none;
    }

    .categories {
    display: none;
    }

    .tags {
    display: none;
    }

    #1194491

    justpi
    Member

    To hide the tags and the date stamp (but retain the categories and the comments link) you need this:

    .entry-tags, .photo-meta ul li.first {
    display: none;
    }

    By the way, there’s no point using a word as a tag if you already use it as a category, plus doing so will lead to technical problems.

    #1194501

    Thank You justpi. :-)

    #1194505

    What about making “archives” invisible, (There’s still a date/time stamp appearing on those so I’d like to remove it from public all together.

    #1194506

    justpi
    Member

    a) You’re welcome.

    b) You mean remove the widget from the sidebar? Or also eliminate the content of pages such as this?
    http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/2012/12/
    or this:
    http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/2012/
    Also note that the dates show up on category pages as well:
    http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/category/music/
    So, also remove the date from those?

    #1194513

    Yes, I didn’t want dates on any of my posts since I wrote them at least one year prior & unfortunately they’re not in order so I wanted to remove any date/time stamps all together.

    #1194515

    Actually, I could hide that side bar altogether… :-)

    #1194519

    ok. I pretty much have it figured out, except for the Entries RSS. I can’t seem to get rid of that one & the dates are on there. Cheers!

    #1194529

    justpi
    Member

    Well, just remove the Meta widget.

    Now, if you also want no content on archive pages and no dates on category pages, turn my previous suggestion to this:

    .entry-tags, .photo-meta ul li.first, .date .archive-wrapper, h4.post-meta {
    display: none;
    }

    #1194536

    Thank You. I tried that but I’m still seeing the RSS feed dates even once I sign out. This is the page I’m having problems with. http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/feed/

    #1194538

    Removed meta widget. worked. thanks!

    #1194587

    Ok. I’m back! Reason being is; this worked on the computer version fine, but the date/time stamp still appears on mobile. Any way to correct that? Strange how the code works for one but not the other.

    #1194691

    http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/feed/ is a feed URL and is meant to be read by feed readers. CSS doesn’t apply to feeds. To learn more about feeds, check out this help page:
    http://en.support.wordpress.com/feeds/

    #1194692

    Ok. I’m back! Reason being is; this worked on the computer version fine, but the date/time stamp still appears on mobile. Any way to correct that?

    I checked http://jaquelinephillips.wordpress.com/ on my iPhone and I couldn’t see the timestamp for posts on that home page. Is that where you’re looking?

    #1194693

    Hi.. The reason it’s not appearing on mobile now is that I had to remove the mobile theme completely in order for it to not appear. This changes the look somewhat when using a mobile device (not as well set as the mobile theme) but I’m happy with it for now. :)

    #1194694

    Ah, that’s helpful to know (that you were referring to the mobile theme specifically). You can apply CSS to the mobile theme by going to Appearance → Custom Design → CSS and making sure the “Mobile-compatible” setting is set to “Yes.” Then you can target the mobile theme by starting your CSS selectors with

    body.mobile-theme

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