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  • #55618

    tavisme
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    I just updated a site using the Eleven40 theme to the new Genesis 2.0.

    After the update, one of the edits I previously made has resulted in an odd (and unwanted) result.

    I previously submitted a topic for help with removing dates from a sticky post: #52209
    Brad gave me a code to remove the date and it worked perfectly.

    Now this sticky post is showing the post URL just above the post.

    http://athensdriveptsa.com/

    Look just above the slider.

    Any suggestions on how to correct this?

    http://athensdriveptsa.com
    #55619

    braddalton
    Participant

    Can you please link to the forum post which includes the code. Thanks

    The hooks and class selectors have changed for HTML 5 enabled child themes.


    #55637

    tavisme
    Participant

    I added this to my css:

    .sticky .date {
    display: none;
    }

    The post is a sticky post on the home page: http://athensdriveptsa.com
    the post is Here: http://athensdriveptsa.com/welcome/

    I wanted the post to permanently be at the top of the blog posts.

    Thanks for any assistance.

    #56179

    tavisme
    Participant

    I reverted back to pre- Genesis 2.0 and followed the instructions to convert the style sheet on Cobalt Apps. It broke the theme in a very odd way.

    I reinstalled the original stylesheet before conversion and reinstalled the Eleven 40 theme.

    I need help removing the date and the post URL from the top of the Sticky post on the home page: http://athensdriveptsa.com

    Thanks

    #56260

    braddalton
    Participant

    You can remove the date using the Genesis Simple Edits plugin or remove it from the home page using CSS code in your child themes style sheet.

    .home .post-info .date {
    display: none;
    }
    

    #56399

    tavisme
    Participant

    Thanks Brad, but I want to only remove the date from the sticky post AND I need to know how to get rid of the URL that is stuck at the top of the the Sticky post on the home page.

    I am open to other options. I am trying to create a homepage with blog feed snippets below the static content.

    #56482

    braddalton
    Participant
    .sticky .post-info .date {
    display: none;
    }
    

    Where did you add the url?


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