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How can I hide blog tags?


Tony_Jaycott

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I was trying to do this with the template Avenue and just adding that CSS did not work on its own. I found another page saying this would work and it worked for me:


.collection-type-blog article footer {
 .tags,
 .categories {
   display: none;
 }
}

Edited by E123
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Pacific

To hide tags on Blog Pages in Pacific, you can add this to Custom CSS Editor:


.collection-type-blog .entry-tags {
 display: none
}

To hide categories, add this:


.collection-type-blog .entry-category {
 display: none
}

To hide both tags and categories, you can combine them:


.collection-type-blog {
 .entry-tags,
 .entry-category {
   display: none
 }
}


Montauk

To hide tags on Blog Pages in Montauk, you can add this to Custom CSS Editor:


.collection-type-blog .meta .categories {
 display: none
}

To hide categories, add this:


.collection-type-blog .meta .categories {
 display: none
}

To hide both tags and categories, combine them:


.collection-type-blog .meta {
 .tags,
 .categories {
   display: none
 }
}


Edited by alexberen
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In Montauk, the previous solution hides the tags on both the blog home page (after each "read more") and on the blog posts, is there a way to hide them just on the blog home page? I would like to show the tags only on the actual blog posts if that's possible. Thx

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Any chance anyone knows how to only display one tag in a Summary block?

Using a Summary Block I.m sourcing posts for a specific Category and specific Tag but the block actually displays all the tags that are used on the specific post. How can I only display just the first tag of the ones used for the specific post?

I've tried first-of-type and other various things I could find online but nothing worked.

Thanks!

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Thanks Nick. I have a similar question

Any chance anyone knows how to only display one tag in a Summary block?

Using a Summary Block I.m sourcing posts for a specific Category and specific Tag but the block actually displays all the tags that are used on the specific post. How can I only display just the first tag of the ones used for the specific post?

I've tried first-of-type and other various things I could find online but nothing worked.

Thanks!

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