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Show date under article in list view

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  • Xenon

    When I first started building our intranet, several assets were hidden upon request. The date was one of them. I don't remember anymore, but does the date normally appear under the article preview copy in the list view or is it only seen on the actual article page? If so, I am not sure what CSS I need to omit to bring it back. 

    I saw this in my CSS:
    .p-publish-date {
    display: none;
    }
    ...but removing that didn't reveal the date. I'm looking for something as simple as what Axero has on their test site:

  • gskamau

    Hey Xeng,

    The publication date is a default part of the Stacked List Template . This section is hidden on your site by the following code in CSS overrides:

    .meta {
        display:none;
    }

    If you remove that code, you should be able to see the publication date.

    Grace

  • Xenon

    Thanks, Grace. Is it possible to hide the bullet and comment count next to the date?

  • gskamau
    Answered

    Hey Xeng,

    You can do this by editing the Stacked List template. Follow the steps below.

    1. Go to Control Panel > System > Page Builder Templates
    2. Under Widget Type, select Content List
    3. Select Stacked List
    4. Find the line that starts with <p class="meta small">{{DateCreatedString}}
    5. Change that line to <p class="meta small">{{DateCreatedString}}</p>
    6. Click Save Template

    Grace

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