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  • #1853

    The “You may also like this” module doesn’t work right. It shows two same “related” posts under each post, which obviously makes no sense. So how to disable it?

    #1856

    Hi,
    You can follow this topic tutorial to use child theme to customize what you want to display:

    How to customize WordPress theme using Child theme


    The child theme will help you keep your work when you update our theme.
    or you can easy add custom CSS code in Theme Options -> General Settings -> Custom CSS:

    .single-content .single-wrapper .post-related {
    display: none;
    }

    Hope this help you!

    • This reply was modified 2 months, 3 weeks ago by  admin.
    #1859

    Adding custom CSS code works well for me. Thank you.

    #1862

    Thanks for your feedback.
    But it’s better when you use child theme to do it.

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    Regards,
    HaruTheme

    #1866

    Thanks for the advice.

    I am not sure how to do this with child theme. Just add the custom CSS code to the style.css file?

    #1869

    Hi,
    You should use child theme to customize theme. That’s base WordPress skill because your custom work will keep when you update theme to latest version.
    Have many ways to help you add custom CSS:
    – In our theme go to Theme Options -> General Settings -> Custom CSS
    – Default WordPress in Appearance -> Customize -> Additional CSS at the bottom.
    Hope this help!

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