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Section header on single post pages


please have a look on this post

On the top of the post I'd like to remove the section post header like on this post

I could manage this by selecting "Versionnumber" for "templates" in the backend "Layout" section for posts. But in this case the "comment" section above the footer disappears, even if in the theme options "show comments" are "on".

When I change the setting for "Templates" into "Standardversion", the "comment" section on the post pages is available, but the section header shows up.

How can I manage this with the standard BeTheme settings please?

Thanks for support.

Regards Peter


  • Hi, in the meanwhile I added the follwoing CSS-Code in Betheme options

    .section.section-post-header {display:none; }

    Is this ok? Or could it generate other trouble?

    Thanks for support.

    Regards Peter
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