how to remove left hand avatar on posts

If i display a blogpost i see next to the left my avatar an the date and my name.
Because of that, the post al a bit out of balance, net centered.

Is it possible to make them go away? I can not find it in the settings.

At the attachment you can see what i mean. I would like to have the possibility
to remove everything in the blue square. Or even better, to be able to remove the
whole <div> it is wrapped in.

  • Predrag Dubajic

    Hey @Adam,

    Hope you're doing well today :slight_smile:

    Can you please try adding this CSS code to global CSS and see if that does the trick for you:

    .upfront-postpart-author_gravatar {
    	display: none;
    } ~ .part-contents > .post-part {
        margin-top: 0;

    Below is a screenshot example on how to add global CSS rules.

    Best regards,

  • Rupok

    Hi Adam,

    Hope you are doing awesome today!

    What Predrag Dubajic suggested is working and I believe, if you follow the steps below, it will work.

    1. First of all, login to your WordPress Dashboard.
    2. Go to Appearance > Customize > Scroll Down > Click on the title of a blog post > Go to a blog post page
    3. Now Select the post element, click on config icon (see attached image for reference)
    4. Click on "CSS Style and Anchor Settings" and then click on "add new style" (see attached image for reference)
    5. Paste the following code in the center-bottom box (see attached image for reference)

    .post-part.ml1.mt6 {
    	width: 80%;
    .upfront-output-wrapper.upfront-postpart-wrapper.part-author_gravatar.part-update {
    	display: none;
    } ~ .part-contents > .post-part {
    	margin-top: 0px;

    6. Click the save icon on bottom-left corner of your screen.
    7. A pop-up will appear. Select "All posts of this type".

    I believe, now you will get what you are looking for. There won't be any date, avatar, name etc. and the post will be looking centered.

    Please reply if you have any further confusion.

    Cheers! Rupok.

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