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Hi guys,
How do I remove the author block of the forum news block?  this block is on the frontpage
see what I mean the picture.




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Harry


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Harry-

Take a look at this. I think this is what you are after:
View topic: Adding byline to page subtitle tagline - ocPortal
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Hi Bob, this has only effect to the news/blog system. What I mean is the main forum news block not the normal news if I'am right…

But thanks


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NEWS_PIECE_SUMMARY template IIRC


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Hmmm…Chris and I are both pointing you to the same place.

I'm not sure I understand which block you are using to display this. Are you using the main_forum_news block? I used that (as I recall) but it did not post the author/member information.

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NEWS_PIECE_SUMMARY was my first thought also.

In any case, the correct one should be easy enough to find using the "Template names as HTML comments (messy)" admin tool from the drop down list at the bottom left of the page.

To use:
. load your page
. select "Template names as HTML comments (messy)"
. in popup windows - view source
. search for some of text of your article
. look for "<!– START-TEMPLATE=" about 1/2 or 1/4 page up.

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BobS said

Are you using the main_forum_news block? I used that (as I recall) but it did not post the author/member information.
Bob


Yes that Block is what I use for the news section on the frontpage. I have try something out in this
NEWS_PIECE_SUMMARY tpl, but don't get this piece out of it.


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I will try the other from temp1024 when I have some time


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Should be as easily as editing that template to carve part out of it. I think the block cache is auto-cleared but maybe try clearing manually.


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Thanks Crhis, Bob and Temp1024.

I have now the avatar and rang picture out. So that only the name of the member stay in that block. I can live wich this. maby later I will remove also that.


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Glad you got that sorted, Harry. It was nice to be able to almost help you out after our generosity with information for everyone.

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