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Remove Related Post Section (Natasha)


There are 2 methods to remove the related posts section. 1. Hide with CSS or 2. Remove HTML code. Choose which option suits you. Option 1 is more "reversible".

Watch the video or see written directions below.


Method 1: Hide the Related Posts Section

The best way to remove the Related Posts section is to add some code to the “Add CSS” window to hide the section.

    1. Go to the Blogger Dashboard > Theme page.
    2. Click on the orange Customize button to open the Template Designer.
    3. Click on the Advanced option and scroll down the list of customization options until you find the Add CSS section. Click on Add CSS to open the code window.
    4. Copy and paste the following code into the code window:

.related-posts-widget {display: none;}

Click the orange Apply to Blog button at the top right corner to save your changes.


Method 2: Remove the Related Posts Code

If you are looking for a more permanent way to remove the Related Posts section, you will need to edit the template HTML.

NOTE: We do not offer support to fix errors caused when you directly edit the template code. If you choose this method, make sure you make a backup of your template before attempting this.If you run into problems, the best fix is to upload from your backup.

  1. Go to the Dashboard > Theme page.
  2. Click on the gray Edit HTML button to open the template HTML window.
  3. Click anywhere in the code window then press the [Control] + [F] keys or [Command] + [F] on Mac. The search box will open in the upper right corner of the code window.
  4. Type the following into the Search box and press the [Enter] key: Begin Related Posts
  5. Select the section between the Begin Related Posts Section through the End Related Posts Section tags
  6. Delete this code.
  7. Click on the orange Save Theme button at the top of the code window to save the changes.
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