How to Hide Squarespace Blog Tags


By default, Squarespace includes all of the tags you include as metadata in the bottom of your blog posts. And while Squarespace doesn’t give you an option in the admin controls to hide those tags, you can use a very small bit of custom code to hide tags on your Squarespace blog. With that being said, the code snippet is different depending on whether you’re using a Squarespace 7.0 or a Squarespace 7.1 site. I’ll cover both in this article.

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Steps to Hide Squarespace Blog Tags

  1. Open your web browser and navigate to your Squarespace account page, and then click the site you want to hide blog tags on. You’ll land on the home page for that site.
  2. Click “Design” in the menu on the left side of the screen. The Design screen is displayed.
  1. Click “Custom CSS.” The Custom CSS screen is shown.
  1. If you’re using a Squarespace 7.0 site, you’ll want to enter the following code in the text entry area.



Alternatively, if you’re using a Squarespace 7.1 site, you’ll need to enter the following code in the text entry area.


 { display: none;


After entering the code click “Save” at the top of the screen. The change will be applied automatically, and you’ll no longer see tags at the bottom of your Squarespace blog posts.

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