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Hide Manager

Description

Hide Manager adds a simple sub menu under settings from where you can toggle the visibility of page & post title(s), post featured images on detail pages, and post & page comments.

You can select “ALL’ option to hide titles from all the posts or pages or you can add selected post’s and page’s id(s). To hide featured image on post detail page once can select all option or simply enter the post id of the selective blog post on which they want to hide the featured image. Similarly you can choose the setting to hide comments on Page and Post

Advantatges

We have used filters instead of hiding CSS, that gives you more control over the hide features regardless of the CSS or design of your website.

User can hide title, comment and featured images from a particular page or post using the id.

It does not affect the front end your website.

Installation

  1. Go to WordPress Dashboard >> Plugins >> Add new >> Search Plugin(Hide Manager) >> Install >> Activate
  2. Go to Dashboard >> settings >> Hide Manager
  3. Select the options you want to use
  4. Save changes.

FAQ

Installation Instructions
  1. Go to WordPress Dashboard >> Plugins >> Add new >> Search Plugin(Hide Manager) >> Install >> Activate
  2. Go to Dashboard >> settings >> Hide Manager
  3. Select the options you want to use
  4. Save changes.
Where is the plugin settings page?

Go to Dashboard >> settings >> Hide Manager

Can I hide selected Page/Post Titles?

Yes, Hide Manager gives you the option to hide selective page/post ids.

Will it hide featured image from all the areas where my post is visible?

Hide Manager only hides the featured image on blog detail page. The featured image is perfectly visible on the main blog page, widgets areas and related posts section.

The hide featured image option does not work?

This plugin hides the featured image from single.php, when the function is written on single.php file. If the function is included from another file, then this feature wouldn’t work. Since most of the premium themes and even free themes include the featured image function from another file. So hide featured image feature might not work on the themes where this particular function is written more deeply.

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Contributors & Developers

“Hide Manager” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

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Change log

1.0.0

  • Release date December 14, 2017
  • Initial Release