[Resolved] Personalize entry-meta in a no child theme

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  • #1637821
    Alessandro

    Good morning guys,

    I have a problem with the <header class = “entry-header”> block
    if possible I would like to delete this information:

    <div class = "entry-meta">
    <span class = "byline"> di <span class = "author vcard" itemprop = "author" itemtype = "https://schema.org/Person" itemscope> <a class = "url fn n" href = "xxx "title =" xxx "rel =" author "itemprop =" url "> <span class =" author-name "itemprop =" name "> xxx </span> </a> </span> </span> < / div>

    shouldn’t create problems on the validation side because then there’s Json right?
    and also in Json change change the author url with a custom url.
    I don’t have a child theme, and to make these changes I guess you have to write something in the functons.php child file. If I activate a child theme now, do I lose all customizations?

    #1637912
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support

    Hi there,

    you can go to Customizer > Layout > Blog –> Single and uncheck the Author ( and any other Meta ).

    As a note – if you add a Child Theme, you will not lose any settings BUT some things as the Site Logo and any CSS you added to the Customizer > Additional CSS will need to be copied over to the Child Theme.

    #1638378
    Alessandro

    thankyou! 🙂

    #1638506
    David
    Staff
    Customer Support
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