The entry meta before content (formerly known as the post info) is the name given to the line of metadata usually between the Post title and the content.
By default, the entry meta above the content displays the date, author and number of comments – but Genesis lets you edit it with the filter
You are allowed to use shortcodes.
The default value for the entry meta before content:
[post_date] by [post_author_posts_link] [post_comments] [post_edit]
Edit the entry meta before content:
Remove the entry meta before content altogether:
As always, you can use conditional tags or the template hierarchy to have your edits only take effect under certain circumstances.
Be aware that search engines like Google do create timestamps like the one below from the Post publication date that forms part of the default entry meta before content. If you don’t want your content timestamped in search results, you may need to edit out the date from the entry meta before content.
genesis_post_info is located in lib/structure/post.php.
- How to Edit the Entry Meta After Content with Genesis
- How to Move or Remove the Entry Meta Before Content with Genesis
- How to Enable/Disable the Post Info for Different Post Types with Genesis
- How to Use the Template Hierarchy with Genesis
- How to Produce the Last Updated Date with Genesis
- How to Withhold Comment Dates with Genesis
Relevant tutorials from the Genesis community.