WordPress is one of the free and open source content management tool based on PHP and MySQL. Matt Mullenweg and Mike Little has created the first version of WordPress in the year 2003. WordPress was created only for blogs which publish easily in the website, but now its suitable for all kinds of websites. As of now, it controls over 30 percent of all sites on the internet. WordPress is one of an open source platform so anyone can download the software and build the new website easily.
The main reason for warnings in PHP because of outdated plugins or themes. This doesn’t mean that the plugin and thems bad, it just means the file is incompatible with WordPress. The warnings and errors to help the developer to debug issues with their code.
Steps to Remove Author Name from WordPress Posts Using a Plugin
This method is easier and supported for all users. But, it may not run with all WordPress themes.
The first thing you need to install and activate the Show Hide Author plugin. Kindly follow our step by step guide on how to install a WordPress plugin.
Click the option Plugins » Show/Hide Author page to configure plugin settings.
The plugin automatically hides an author name for all post types. To display the author name for a specific post type, then you need to select that on screen.
In the post types, you can also add custom URLs where you want to hide the author name.
This plugin can hide the name of the author in most cases. But, the theme of WordPress may still show the accompanying text before the author name.
To get hide this byline, you need to visit the website and take the mouse over to the text you want to hide. Next, you need to right-click and select the Inspect tool from your browser menu.
At last, need to locate the div class containing your author byline.
Following, you need to copy the CSS class used here and then paste it in the plugin settings under Advanced options.
Don’t forget to click on the save changes button to store your settings.