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  • ThinkPig
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    im trying to figure this out too. No answer yet.

    brooke
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    Either of you have luck yet? I’m trying to do the same thing.

    sherimacaz
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    I have the same question. I can control the removal of author and data metadata on the single post page, but cannot see how to turn it off on the categories pages. Any help is much appreciated. I have looked in functions.php and single.php can don’t readily see how this can be turned off. Thanks!

    h.mohmand
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    Hi Guys,
    have you tried removing the lables in the helpers.php file?

    wp-content/plugins/fusion-builder/inc/helpers.php

    search for Tags: and you will see the line, change it to whatever your target word is.

    Hope it helps you out.

    mdeon
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    Hi h.mohmand, changing text there won’t revert every time there is an update to the Fusion Builder?

    veucom
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    Hello everyone – I wanted to do this myself so looked into this.

    I had used the Avada Blog Element on a page to show a list of Products (blog posts) but didn’t want the word ‘Categories:’ to show before the product category. In looking at the CSS for the category label, I used some custom CSS in the Avada custom CSS options which then removed it:

    .cptt-taxonomy-label {
    display:none;
    }

    Try that – it has worked so far for me!

    anitafrydenlund
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    Hallo everyone

    I have tried the code:

    .cptt-taxonomy-label {
    display:none;
    }

    It did not work for me. I have made a new design for single product in Layouts and have used “Meta Elements” but I will not have “Tags:” to stand in front. Does anyone have an idea how to remove “Tags:” Label

    jfbprivate
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    In order to hide the label you could set the font size of the parent to 0. Note that due to its hierarchy it will also remove the separators. Make sure to apply a font size to the actual tag link.

    .fusion-meta-tb .fusion-tb-tags {
    font-size: 0;
    }

    .fusion-meta-tb .fusion-tb-tags a {
    font-size: 1rem;
    }

    filonzi
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    me funcionó este codigo: show_cats=”no”

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