From the single or archive page template?
Or add the remove action directly to a template.
Thanks Brad! I struggled with the conditional tag but managed it in the end
BTW, the Studio Press code snippet is incorrect for the latest versions of Genesis.
aaahh, I spoke too soon! I see that it didn’t work as it has removed it from ALL posts, so I have obviously done it wrong
Add this to the file.
//* Remove the entry meta in the entry header (requires HTML5 theme support) remove_action( ‘genesis_entry_header’, ‘genesis_post_info’, 12 );
Hi Brad. Thanks but that’s not my problem and I use it all the time. My problem is restricting it to custom post type called Product
See this post for full and comprehensive solutions http://wpsites.net/web-design/how-to-remove-post-info-from-custom-post-type-only-in-genesis/
Hi Brad. Thanks but PLEASE, remove “Paul from Bramble Bee Farm” from your post. If you would like a name you can put my name, which is Jill.
I never gave a thought to using .css! I have now done it that way.
Hi Brad, thanks for changing the name but could you please remove Bramble Bee Farm from your post.
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