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Remove Blog Date on Momentum Template


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I also don't see the date anymore. But you can try modifying the code slightly to this. P.S. I worked on the dschool portion of your school website! The original developers did an amazing job mak

Use this in DESIGN > CUSTOM CSS. #collection-5e14ae8ae375184c7b011c19 .date{ display: none;} It looks like you have two different pages: https://devbio.stanford.edu/david-hogness-memoriam-gu

Awesome. Thanks again @Vigasan. I was going to offer you a cup of coffee. 😀 I really appreciate your help.

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I also don't see the date anymore. But you can try modifying the code slightly to this.

P.S. I worked on the dschool portion of your school website! The original developers did an amazing job making that website out of Squarespace (https://dschool.stanford.edu/)

<style>
  .collection-type-blog.view-item span.date {
    display: none !important;
}
</style>

 

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1 hour ago, yjchong said:

I still see it @Vigasan.

Can you take a screenshot of where you're seeing it?

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Use this in DESIGN > CUSTOM CSS.

#collection-5e14ae8ae375184c7b011c19 .date{ display: none;}

It looks like you have two different pages:
https://devbio.stanford.edu/david-hogness-memoriam-guestbook (what you're looking at)
https://devbio.stanford.edu/david-hogness-memoriam-guestbook/2020/1/7/guestbook (What you commented above and we're looking at)

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1 hour ago, yjchong said:

Thanks @Vigasan! It's both pages and the last CSS code worked for both pages. You're the best! Are you still at Stanford?

No I actually wasn't a student there, I was just hired to work out some of the bugs with the dschool website 🙂

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