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    could somebody please point me to a way on how to change the style of blog-met to a one-line appearance instead of a block?

    Thanks for helping, jens



    You can use following code – add it to css/custom.css or into the quick css field:

    .minor-meta {
    display: inline !important;

    Best regards,



    Hey Peter,

    thanks for posting this. The result is now “half-of-the-way” ;) the former block is now comin in two lines, like

    18 Feb 2013 0 Comments

    in Newsby jondoe

    My Goal should be

    18 Feb 2013 0 comments in News by Author

    Do you think, that’s possible? ;)

    thanks again with best regards,



    Hi jens,

    Which blog layout is this with? I can’t see it working in certain layouts but maybe in some. If you can link us to the site live that would make inspecting easier as well.




    Hi Devin,

    of course, here it is:

    thanks for helping,



    Hi Jens,

    Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:

    #top.single-post .blog-meta {
    width: auto;
    border-top: 1px solid #eee;
    border-bottom: 1px solid #eee;

    The width just had to be allowed to expand instead of being fixed. I added the border declarations so you could modify them if you needed to. Those are what is currently active.




    Wow, thanks Devin for the fast help, it’s what I was looking for;) Only one little advise maybe, it’s about a missing blnk betwenn ‘news’ and ‘by’: it’s actually written in one word like ‘newsby’. Would you tell me, in which file I could correct this?

    thanks again and again for your phantastic support;;

    cheers, jens



    Add following code to css/custom.css to fix the issue:

    .blog-author.minor-meta {
    margin-left: 5px;

    Best regards,



    Hi Peter, hi Devin,

    You are the css-kings ;) Thanks for your fast and perfect help and advising. It’s working now!

    Best regards,


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