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EllyCobbett

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  1. Ok, so if I swap Author out for Category in the displayed meta data, then I should be able to do it with css? (I only have two available slots to display meta content and I have to keep the date).
  2. The categories have been assigned to each post already. What I'm looking for is a way to make this: Look more like this in terms of the title and read more colours: I thought I might be able to do that based on the different categories already assigned to the posts, but I'm struggling to find a way. Any suggestions gratefully appreciated.
  3. I think so. Based on tuanphan's answer I need to get the category assigned to each blog post in the url. I'm not the person writing the blog and I know it will probably get forgotten when I hand over to my client if it's not automated somehow. The Post URL Format setting seems the most likely place to make this happen, but it doesn't appear to be an option.
  4. Can I change the url slug to include the category on all post using the Post URL Format setting somehow? Or do I have to go through every individual blog post?
  5. Site URL: https://rosalindbrookman.com/blog I'd like to apply different colours to my links in blog post summaries depending on what category the post is in. So for example if a post has the category of 'Business' then the blog post title and read more link would be green on the summary, if the category is 'Writing' then it's red etc. Many thanks for any help you can offer.
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