Why are publish dates and authors showing on both pages and posts?

Hi all,
I might be wrong, but isn’t pages suppose to be clean of publish dates, author, etc, as they are meant to be static?
If I choose ‘Show the date’ in the ‘Blog Single Settings’ section, the date is also showing on all pages.
Is there any way to have dates, authors, etc. only show on blog posts? Any code to remove in the template/templates?
I hope someone can help me out.

Hello Michael

Sorry but this is how they are coded in the template to work and without customization, this is not possible to change
But probably i can help you with this, give me a link to the page and link to the blog post i will try to create custom css

Hey Noda
Thank you!
One of the pages are found at: Èn løsning uanset firmastørrelse og behov | dataplan.dk
The blog is found at: Nyheder | dataplan.dk
Looking forward to hearing from you :slight_smile:

hey there

Please add this CSS in appearance - customize - additional CSS

.page .entry-meta {
display: none;

Colorlib Support Team

Hey Noda
Thank you so much! It solved det issue! I didn’t realize a CSS rule would be the trick…
And thank you for getting back to me so soon thumps up!

Hey Noda,
just one more thing… (not quoting Steve Jobs)
Where can I change ‘phone’, ‘email’ and ‘address’ to my own language in the contact-widget on the frontpage, found here: https://dataplan.dk just above the footer.
Thanks again.

hello Emenick and thank you for kind words :smiley:

regarding your last question, you have to use any translation method of WordPress you like, you can use poedit to translate theme strings, polylang or any other out there :slight_smile: