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As you can see in the code, the entry meta paragraph is OUTSIDE the header in the first article ... That's why you have this ...
Why don't you simply use the plugin simple edits to place the meta as you want ?
Hey, thank you so much for your support!
I noticed that the markup is incorrect, just like in your screenshot. My question is: why?
I'm using the plugin Simple Hooks, but I guess the script is "running late" for this latest post. Here it is:
<?php remove_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 12 ); add_action( 'genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_post_info', 8 ); ?>
As for Simple Edits, I'm actually using it. It doesn't allow choosing where the post info is displayed. It only allows me to choose what elements constitute the info (date, comments count, author).
Thank you, once more!
That workaround... works! I hope there's no inconvenient in having the post info actually outside the article. Visually, the result is the same.
Thank you so much for your care!
I'm not an expert on the SEO side ... But I think it will have a very low impact and as I read recently, dates may have a negative impact, see here: http://www.shoutmeloud.com/effect-of-showing-date-stamp-on-blog-traffic-case-study.html
They're showing techniques for displaying dates to users and hiding them from search engines (using js).
Maybe putting them outside the article markup (just like I did) will have a similar effect!
Anyway, you're being the kindest! Thank you so much.
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