remove category Archive title and remove borders/frames

  • dossi

    #1884

    The theme is wonderful. Please help me with two small things:

    1st I do not want to have the title of the category archives. This refers to the headings on the first post, for example. “Archive Category: General”. How can I stop it?

    2nd Images and Codes are in the articles and widgets always a light gray border. Often the images and HTML elements, but its own frame so that there are then two frames. How can you turn off all frames in graphene?

    I use a Child Theme. It would be nice if the entries in the child theme can be done so that they are not back at the next update. Please tell me what I enter it in the style.css (or any other file) of the Child-Themes in order for the above two problems can be solved. Thanks in advance!

    Mod

    Kenneth John Odle

    #17516

    For second item, add this to your child theme’s style.css file:

    img {border:none;}

    I’m not sure what you mean by “codes” — do you mean the “preformatted” text? In that case, try

    pre {border:none;}

    Graphene doesn’t use frames — that’s a separate HTML thing that (hopefully) isn’t used much any more. Do you mean “border” or possibly “background”?

    It would be nice if the entries in the child theme can be done so that they are not back at the next update.

    This is actually the point of using a child theme. If you add the code you want to your child theme’s style.css file, it will still be there after you update Graphene, although you may still need to do a little tweaking depending on how much Graphene’s styles have changed. (Nav menus changed a lot between 1.3 and 1.4, for example.)

    Good luck,

    Ken

    dossi

    #17517

    Thank you. Problem Nr. 2 solved. Fine!

    Only this:

    1st I do not want to have the title of the category archives. This refers to the headings on the first post, for example. “Archive Category: General”. How can I stop it?

    Anonymous

    #17518

    Add this to your child theme .css file…

    .post-meta ul {
    display: none;
    }

    dossi

    #17519

    No, not in the Post. Over the Post Title. The words “Category Archive: XXX” with the blue background. Z.B. on german: “Kategorienarchiv: Unterkünfte und Freizeitangebote”.

    Admin

    Syahir Hakim

    #17520

    Try this:

    .archive .page-title {
    display: none;
    }

    dossi

    #17521

    Oh yeeah! Thank you very much!

    bethcamp

    #17522

    I have found the answer to my question here, but I am not a programmer and a very new user to installing and using wordpress themes. Yours, by the way, is the nicest pre-made theme I have found! Thanks for your good work.

    So now I know what code to use/change to remove the “Category Archive:” from showing on the top of the posts, but what I need to know is where to find the place to make that change.

    I am pretty good at following instructions, but am really brand new at this.

    Anonymous

    #17523

    Well, you have two options:

    First, if you plan on continuing to make changes to your stylesheet, you should consider implementing a child theme. Instructions can be found here:

    https://forum.graphene-theme.com/graphene-support/how-to-modify-the-theme-using-a-child-theme

    Second, if you only plan on making a few adjustments, you can paste the code directly into your custom css box in your admin panel… Appearance -> Graphene options -> “Display” tab -> Custom CSS.

    raindance

    #17524

    What if I want to not remove it all together but just remove the words “Category Archive:” and have just the category name at the top?

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