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-resolved | How do I hide published and super user
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-resolved | How do I hide published and super user 26 Aug 2014 18:06 #5373

I dont want it to show the super user, lastest from the super user, published, more in this category and last modified. how do i hide these.

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loving the template so far. If i get it looking how i want i will be purchasing the commercial licence


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I was having trouble because when I changed settings the global configuration and the categories page of k2. neither of these worked. I tried doing it on an individual basis to the k2 gallery items and it worked. however hit, published in and more in this categgory are still there

maybe I missed it but anyways, it will do. just a pain that it seems the "inherit to category" option for each item isn't working and I'll have to change it on each
Last Edit: 28 Aug 2014 22:20 by Bwilson.

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Re: -resolved | How do I hide published and super user 19 Sep 2014 03:18 #5478

Hello,
Thank you for using our template. With your request. You should go to the k2 category. Find parent k2 category (ex: All Work) and configured as an attached image
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