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Hello. I am starting to play around with Habitat and found that when i posted something to my blog, the first line on the page is in about 24pt type “Archive for Blog”. i would very much like to get rid of that. Please advise.
Thanks very much.
You can remove that line by going to Appearance>Editor and opening archive.php (it’s on the right side of the large text area). About 20 lines down you’ll see a line of code like this:
if($output != "") $output = '<h2 class="superheading">'.$output.'</h2>';
Just play 2 <i>//</i> in front of it like this:
//if($output != "") $output = '<h2 class="superheading">'.$output.'</h2>';
and it should remove that heading.
Noah, thanks for your response. The support on this site is great. I copied and pasted that line of code but now the archive line is much smaller and further up on the page.
excuse the state of my site, it’s a mess.
Opps my mistake, I didn’t have you remove the printing of the statement. In the same file scroll down a bit and find this line:
Change it to:
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