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Thanks, I tried that, but it didn't change anything.
There are a few ways to remove the post date and comments link from your homepage. One way is to go to the settings for your website and look for the option to turn these features off. Another way is to edit the code for your website and remove the lines of code that generate these features.
I also tried removing some of the following via this path:
Appearance > Customize > Theme Settings > Singular Content
[post_date] by [post_author_posts_link] [post_comments] [post_edit]
removing them from Entry Meta (above content) does not do anything either.
Thanks Brad, I appreciate the responses. As mentioned above, I don't want to modify anything in the PHP code. I don't really know what I'm doing in there.
I'm going to try to install the Code Snippets plugin and see if I can figure out how to hide the date/comment count using that. Hopefully that will work.
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