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How to remove/delete labels from Blogger posts

Posted by Mohsin On 2/27/2012 12:58:00 AM 1 comment

Many bloggers might find labels below posts (or post titles) unnecessary, as long as they are already in the blog's sidebar. In this tutorial we will learn how to remove them manually. To hide labels from the blogger post footer (or below post title), we could simply uncheck the "Labels" option, however, sometimes this setting might not work properly in certain templates and then we'll have to remove it manually from our template.
How we are going to do this?

Hide labels from Blogger

Step 1. Click on the 'Template' option and then go to the 'Edit HTML' button.

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Step 2. After you clicked on the Edit HTML button, click anywhere inside the code area and search by using the CTRL + F keys the </head> tag.

Step 3. Just above the </head> tag, add the following code:
.post-labels {display: none;}
Step 4. Click the Save Template button to save the changes and you're done ;)


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