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How to remove metadata when you have multiple blog pages


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I have two blog pages (one for regular posts and one for work/portfolio. How do I remove metadata from appearing on the work/portofilo blog list and post, but not from the regular blog list and page?

I found this thread but I'm not sure how to choose a particular blog page when you have multiple: 

 

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You add the code to the blog page you want to remove the metadata, and not to the site wide custom CSS. To do so, go to your portfolio page settings, choose Advanced > Page Header Code Injection an

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You add the code to the blog page you want to remove the metadata, and not to the site wide custom CSS. To do so, go to your portfolio page settings, choose Advanced > Page Header Code Injection and add the code between <style> </style>

If you want further help, please share a link to your website 🙂

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17 minutes ago, Jhjowen said:

What code would you need to add to the style tag? 

Add to Home > Design > Custom CSS

/* Remove Date, Tags, Categories */
/* Home Page */
.homepage .entry-info {
   display: none;
}
/* Blog Page */
.view-list.collection-type-blog .entry-info {
   display: none;
}
/* Blog Posts */
.view-item.collection-type-blog .entry-info {
   display: none;
}

or wrap in <style> code paste here </style> and insert to Header Code Injection

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Hi @tuanphan

I have a similar issue which the instructions above don't resolve. I have a blog where I want to display author, tags and categories (not date) and a podcast where I just want to display categories and tags (not author or date).

I have tried both injecting the code into the main header and specifying which categories to change display on as well as the code above in the Page Header Code Injection.

Can you please help? 🙂

 

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On 6/10/2021 at 11:57 AM, Angella said:

Hi @tuanphan

I have a similar issue which the instructions above don't resolve. I have a blog where I want to display author, tags and categories (not date) and a podcast where I just want to display categories and tags (not author or date).

I have tried both injecting the code into the main header and specifying which categories to change display on as well as the code above in the Page Header Code Injection.

Can you please help? 🙂

 

Can you share link to both blog pages?

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