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rlr297

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  1. If you use right-click and inspect the element (the date on the blog post) it will reveal a class. In my template it is the following: <time class="published" datetime="2015-02-13" id="yui_3_17_2_2_1423862213264_2970">February 13, 2015</time> The class of the date element is published. I can then open up the Custom CSS Editor and enter the CSS below and quickly get rid of the date. As you can see the class is referred to with a dot “.” .published { display: none }
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