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Author meta disabled in theme options, but still visible on the search page

I have disabled Author meta from:

Theme option > Blog, Portfolio & Shop > Blog > Post Meta

It is not showing on the category archive and single posts. However, it is still visible on the Search Result page.

On reviewing the content-single.php file and search.php files, I found that:
  1. search.php - (Line 45-52)
    • check the mfn_opts_get( 'blog-meta' ) option
    • If it is true, then all the meta info including date and author will be visible on the frontend
  2. content-single.php - (Line 112-121, 128-145)
    • first check the mfn_opts_get( 'blog-meta' ) option
    • If it is true then again check the $single_meta['author'] and $single_meta['date'] individually
    • Then only show the enabled value on the frontend
Could you please fix it in the next version?

Thank you.


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