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    Hey guys,

    Gunter, would it be possible to implement a quick fix for something in the blog setup?

    Currently, on the Theme’s blog settings you can enable/disable lots of elements, like post date, author, categories etc which is great. However I just discovered that it doesn’t actually remove it from the page, it only uses {display: none;} to hide it.

    While this would likely be fine in many situations, in others it isn’t.

    For instance, we are changing things with our URL structures using filters for Yoast breadcrumbs etc, but the single blog page is still outputting a blog category URL that we don’t want to be crawled or accessed – it’s just hidden from the user. This isn’t great for SEO.

    Same for author archives – the blog post is still linking to an author archive, which we don’t want, even though it’s disabled in the theme settings. Again, not great for SEO having 2 (at least, probably more with tags etc) wasted links per post leading crawlers all over the place.

    Does that make sense?

    Would be great if these options actually removed the content from the code, rather than just hiding it from the user.

    Any chance you could take a look at that for the next/coming release?

    Thanks as always,


    • This topic was modified 2 days, 8 hours ago by  THP Studio.

    Hey Tim,

    Thanks for your suggestion!

    I am not sure if this is going to be a quick fix or not but we have forwarded your request and added this thread as reference as always :)



    Great, thanks Yigit, I appreciate it.




    You are welcome :)

    Best regards,

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