How to Enable/Disable the Post Meta for Different Post Types with Genesis

How to Use genesis-entry-meta-after-content to

Enable/Disable the Post Meta for Different Post Types with Genesis

The entry meta after content (formerly known as the post meta) is the name given to the line of metadata usually following the end of the content of a Post and usually consisting of the categories and tags.

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A Genesis theme (Streamline Pro) displaying the entry meta after content

By default, the entry meta after content is disabled for Pages, but Genesis makes it easy to enable it for Pages or disable it for any other post type you have on your site.

The code you’ll need to install on your Genesis site (here’s how) is below. Just replace page with your post type ID if necessary.

Genesis Advanced Edits

As an alternative to installing code, the plugin Genesis Advanced Edits allows you to select whether or not to activate the entry meta after content for each of the post types on your site.

Change Log

The post type support genesis-entry-meta-after-content has been included since version 2.2.0.

Source File

The post type support genesis-entry-meta-after-content is located in lib/structure/post.php.

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