On the main Blog page which lists all the posts, I can see the dates of the posts. But when I click on an individual post, no date is displayed. I have checked XStore Theme Options under the Blog section, and can’t see any setting that has disabled the published date.
On one of my XStore sites, the publish date is, in fact, showing, however, on this particular site it’s not showing I noticed. I am using other plugins, but not sure if XStore has a setting to enable or disable the published date anywhere?
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Could you, please, provide URL of your page with the problem?
You answered very quickly thanks, but whilst I was editing my original post.
Yes, the screenshot is what I was looking for.
I noticed that the date is showing on one of my XStore sites at the top, but not on the current one I’m working on.
I have included links to news items from two of my sites in the private section to show you.
Note that I am using a news plugin called Epic News Elements and wondering if this may be the cause, but can’t see any settings in that plugin either, so not sure.
… note that the site I mentioned that does show the dates, it doesn’t show the author name at the top whilst the other does. This seems strange.
Please make sure that “Display Title/Meta on single post” is enabled in Theme Options > Blog > Single post.
This option shows post title and post meta on the single post page. You can use post meta shortcode
[etheme_post_meta time="true" time_details="true" author="true" comments="true" count="true" class="" ] in post content as an alternative of this option.
The author is disabled on the single post by default because there is an option “Show about author block” in Theme Options.
Its already turned on. I have not changed this setting. I am starting to wonder if its the plugin I mentioned, Epic News Elements plugin, which might be affecting post meta settings. I may have to contact that plugin author for support.
Thanks for the suggestion anyway. I’ll report back if I discover the cause is that plugin.
To be sure that the situation relates to the plugin, you can temporarily disable the mentioned plugin and check how Post page looks then.
Note that we don’t give guaranty for full theme compatibility with all 3-rd party plugins.
Feel free to ask if you have any other questions.
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