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  1. Hi,
    i want to remove "by author, category" and the permalink image by every post. how do i do that?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. I am having the same problem, please let me know how to eliminate "Authors" where my name appears automatically, and different people write in my blog, also please let me know how can I eliminate the work Permalink from the byline where the date appears, but almost invisible. Can You take a look? here is the link:
    Please help. I want to write the name of the author myself, delete the work Permalink and make the date visible

  3. @doraamador
    All CSS editing is theme specifc. The person who began this thread is using the premium theme Elemin and you are not using it. You are using Hero. Please click this link and start your own thread so we don't have a confused mess in this thread.

  4. I checked and I found that you were able to hide the byline (author name) for posts in the Elemin theme:

    .post-format-icon {
    	display: none
    .entry-meta .byline {
    	display: none

    Nice work!

    You can combine those into one block, and if you add a selector for "entry-meta .entry-categories" to the list, it will also hide the category list for posts.

    .entry-meta .entry-categories,
    .entry-meta .byline {
    	display: none;
  5. I checked and I see you are using the Hero theme. To hide the author name and "Permalink" in the Hero theme, add this to your Appearance → Custom Design → CSS editor:

    .single #content .byline,
    .group-blog #content .byline,
    .entry-meta a:last-child {
    	display: none;

    Note that you cannot add dynamic content such as a customized author name using CSS only. To change the author name on, each author must log in to their account and update the "Display Name" in their profile. Here is a help page explaining where to find the setting:

    Note that each user must update separately, you cannot do it for them. Also, make sure to remove the first two selectors to hide "byline" from the CSS example above if you want to display the author names.

    timethief makes a good point about CSS being theme specific. In the future, please start a new help request for CSS questions relating to different themes instead of commenting on other help requests.

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