A common practice in WordPress is to link a navigation or menu to a WordPress category archive.
The problem is that, by default, when you display a category archive, the category archive title is displayed and it looks like:
Category Archive: “Name of Category”
This is typically hideous and makes a website look less appealing. Want to hide the category archive title from a website? Want to remove the category archive title altogether? Read on to learn about Category Archive Titles and how to remove or hide them.
Ever notice that when you look at an article on WordPress — maybe even on your own website — it is very busy?
Sometimes, people just want to read content and having a bunch of random information about the article (what type of coffee the person was drinking when they wrote it, what time it was in China when the article was written, etc.) can be either distracting to a viewer or downright unnecessary.
That extra information is called Post Meta in WordPress, and the following information will inform you as to what post meta specifically is and how you can hide it using CSS, PHP, or — even more easily — our themes.