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  • #1884

    kezdovega
    Member

    Our site is almost perfect, i just wanna hide the words “Author archives” on http://noiessegszivarvanya.hu/author/andrasibetty/
    and tag archives on http://noiessegszivarvanya.hu/tag/boldogsag/

    Their css class contains a lot of other titles, so hiding with css is not an option. Is there any other method for that?
    Or even if i could just replace those with the corresponding hungarian frases, would be lovely…

    #1886

    StartupWP
    Support

    Actually, CSS will be what we want here, it’s just a matter of targeting the CSS more specifically.

    .author h1.entry-title, .tag h1.entry-title{display:none}

    https://startupwp.com/topic/customizing-your-theme/

    #1887

    kezdovega
    Member

    Thanks, but simply not working :( Both of the phrases are there

    #1890

    StartupWP
    Support

    Where are you adding the CSS?

    Please add again and make sure to clear all caches.

    #1893

    kezdovega
    Member

    At the end of the child css, where i added everything (for the category view customization too).
    http://noiessegszivarvanya.hu/tag/boldogsag/ – is it working for you?

    #1894

    StartupWP
    Support

    Aah, you’ve placed the CSS inside the media query @media all and (max-width:999px).

    #1895

    kezdovega
    Member

    ohh damn, sorry, and thank you!

    #1896

    StartupWP
    Support

    You’re welcome.

    #2669

    kezdovega
    Member

    I have another page now, also with the StartupWP Pro template. http://www.lelekszereles.hu/irasok/
    Now I’ve inserted after the closing } tag of the @media all, and still aint work :(

    #2678

    kezdovega
    Member

    In case anyone else need it, here is the solution:

    1. copy the category.php from the parent directory to child
    2. edit in the child theme and remove these:
    <h1 class=”entry-title”><?php _e( ‘Category Archives: ‘, ‘startup’ ); ?><?php single_cat_title(); ?></h1>

    3. enjoy :)

    #2721

    StartupWP
    Support

    Apologies for the huge gap in support. Support will now continue again on a daily basis.

    Thank you.

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