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How to Remove Date and Author Name from a Post in Wordpress!

Discussion in 'Black Hat SEO' started by Vic Sage, Jul 7, 2012.

  1. Vic Sage

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    Hope the title says it all :) Looking for a way to remove everything under the blog post title in wordpress!
     
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    LOL.

    OP, I had the same question a couple days ago. If you look through those search results that Justenzy has just so conveniently located for you, you'll notice that some sites offer codes which you place in the site to get rid of those features.

    Unfortunately, none of them worked for me, so you may need to ask a professional programmer.
     
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  4. Junkfood00

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    LOL. Are you looking for search engine attention or what? You've optimized the title for instant exposure.

    Premium themes usually have something like that implemented where you get to tick it off. It's actually easy to remove it from the code, just look through index/content/single/page files.
     
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    And try to remove the code between :

    and



    Here i have this :

    But it would vary according to the template you are using
     
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