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I want to use Letters Section exclusively on my "posts page" (my blog).

So, I need to remove all post excerpts, post titles, and post thumbs from appearing below the "Letters" content. I've unchecked all the post excerpt & post thumbs boxes in the Sit Options settings page and I've selected "Full Width" excerpts and not told settings how many full width posts to show.

I've even tried selecting "Hide Content" & "Hide Post loop" in the Page Setup settings.

I suppose I need some css?

Thanks for your help.

http://www.faddisdesign.com/blog

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Yes! Thank you Danny!

Just for clarity for those using Danny's resolution, the "content section" he is referring to is called "PostLoop".

I appreciate your help, thanks Danny.

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No problem, happy to help.

However, I was actually referring to the Content Section and not the PostLoop but using Letters, you will also want to remove the PostLoop section!

Content Section added on a Page Template will display whatever sections you have in the Content Area of the template.

PostLoop displays whatever content you have added to the Page editor or when used on your Blog template, will display your posts.

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Hi,

Go to Wordpress Admin Dashboard > PageLines > Drag & Drop > Page Template > Blog, then drag & drop the Content Section to the "Available / Disabled Sections".

http://d.pr/i/Xte1

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O' I see. Now I have the correct context for your instructions. I guess I had already removed the Content section and PostLoop was remaining. I do recall thinking post loop was responsible for enabling the posts to be seen; so that's why I didn't remove it initially.

Your com' has given me greater understanding of Framework drag & drop functions; so thanks again Danny!

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