Okay here is what I am trying to do ...
Here is my blog ...
When you click on "recipes" I want it to show all the recipes.
But at the bottom of each individual post where it says "Filed under" I don't want it to say recipes.
Does that make sense?
Or maybe there is an easier way to have all the recipes posts show when someone clicks "recipes" without having to add each post to that category?
You can remove it sitewide with this code snippet (HTML5). It is possible to use the categories without showing that information.
If you want to only remove the recipes category and still have them display on other categories, then you'll want to set it up as a conditional function. HTH
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So yes, I want it to still say "filed under: pasta, lunch" in the post meta I just don't want it to say "recipe" ...
So what code would I add?
You can but you need to filter the args a bit like how its done with the comment form.http://codex.wordpress.org/Template_Tags/wp_list_categories
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