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I am using Genesis 2.2.2 and WP 4.3.1. I am using the StudioPress Magazine Pro theme. I was looking for the answer of how to remove the comment line with the dates on the posts or move them elsewhere. But the responses were for previous years. I also read that changes would be made for Genesis 2.2 in this regard. I do have Simple Edits so my question - is this the code I have to remove in Genesis Simple Edits?
[post_date] By [post_author_posts_link] [post_comments] [post_edit]
These snippets should help you: http://my.studiopress.com/snippets/entry-header/#remove-entry-meta
Also, you also correct about the Genesis Simple Edits.
One thing you should know before you remove the entry meta. Once you remove the entry meta, you'll receive structured data errors on Google that could impact your SEO ranking. The want to see the post date.
I did remove it and left the field blank so thanks for the above link. I don’t want error messages that will affect my SEO ranking. Should I put it back? Can I move it to a different place instead?
Which snippet is best to use in your opinion?
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