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I'm wondering if anyone knows of a way to customize the archive page. What I'm trying to to with this page: http://www.simplebusinessacademy.com/archive/ is limit it to only show the categories and sub categories. NOT the author, recent posts, monthly and Pages.
Thanks very much.
This should help point you in the right direction https://yoast.com/showing-subcategories-on-wordpress-category-pages/
If you don't want to use code, you could find a plugin which lists categories and child categories in a widget.
Thanks Brad. Would I just copy that code into my functions.php?
Genesis has a new built-in filter called the genesis sitemap output filter that is designed to customize the new archive pages any way you'd like. This teaches you how to use the filter: http://victorfont.com/genesis_sitemap_output-filter/
Use it as a guide to modify the archive using the filter or rebuild a custom archive or category file.
Hi Victor. That works great!
One question though: won't I lose the changes I make every time Genesis is updated?
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