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If you are creating private pages or posts for certain members to view, you will notice by default WordPress adds ‘Private:‘ to the title. So the title ‘Secret Page/Post‘ will actually be ‘Private: Secret Page/Post‘. This is not necessarily what you want the user to see.
If you want to hide certain pages or posts from the WordPress search results. Then you need to edit the functions.php file.
In WordPress you may have added (by hand) your google analytics to the footer.php file. But this brings a problem that you may not have noticed. While previewing a post/page your are still telling google to analyse this page even though it is not live. So the code needs to be hidden.
The preview URL will look something like this www.yourwebsite.co.uk/?p=1234&preview=true.
Sometimes is handy to view those hidden files on your mac. The files that usually start with a ‘.’ such as ‘.example_file_name’.
Here is how you remove the authors information which will appear at the end of each blog post. It’s the box which contains the admin image and admin description etc.