Best Answer Rob , 25 September 2013 - 05:26 AM
Well, we can try page specific CSS.
Is your blog page, for example, dynamic or static? If static, it will have a page number assigned to in by WordPress. you can find that by visiting Dashboard > Pages > All Pages. When you edit the page, you'll see the numeric value of the page in the URL/address bar. Make a note of it.
Then for your Custom Code, prefix it with
.page-id-XX (where XX is the number)
This will make sure that those elements you want hidden are only hidden on that one page. But because blogs are dynamic in nature, even with a static blog page, the actual page number doesn't change even with pagination. So it will work on all the subsequent pages.
Since category pages, search results and archives are dynamic and not static, you won't see any changes there from the CSS this way.
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