In my post, I show you step by step how to remove dates from WordPress posts. By default, WordPress displays published date on all your posts. With only a few clicks you can change this setting.
Let’s remove those dates.
- Example of a blog post with the date
- Sign in to WordPress Admin
- Navigate to general settings
- Has the date gone?
- How to remove dates from WordPress posts video tutorial
Example of a date on a WordPress post
Here is an example of a WordPress blog post showing the published date. By the end of this post, this date will stop showing.
Sign in to WordPress Admin
First, sign in to WordPress admin.
From the menu on the left, hover your mouse over ‘Settings’ and select ‘General’.
On the ‘General’ settings page, scroll down to ‘Date Format’.
From the options in ‘Date Format’, select ‘Custom’ and remove the text from the box to the right.
Once you have made your changes. Click on ‘Save Changes’ at the bottom of the page. Now dates are removed from published posts on WordPress.
Has the date gone?
Once you have saved your changes, go to a post on your website, the dates have been removed.
Here is my example post, once I refreshed the page, no more published date.
How to remove dates from WordPress posts video tutorial
Now you can remove dates from WordPress posts on your website. You do not need to use a plugin or code, just change the date format settings on your WordPress admin.
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