Posted 10.04.2014 @ 11.20PM
Then perhaps consider outsourcing your admin/accounts to someone, even if for a short time, and learn how they address/avoid the issue? From this and previous posts it seems to be an ongoing issue for you, it would make sense to seek a longer term solution I would have thought.
Posted 10.04.2014 @ 2.53PM (Edited 10.04.2014 @ 2.55PM)
I don't swear at them. I never meet them face to face. I have clients ranging from "mom & pop" businesses to large corporations. But I've only had maybe one issue in many years of freelancing, so not really sure what it is then, but maybe auto reminders will help you if you find the right invoicing tool.
Posted 10.04.2014 @ 1.58AM
Another view from @MATTSYMONDS in another thread I thought worth adding to this thread:
::You charge as much as you think the client can possibly bear. If that's below what you are willing to work for then just move on.::
Posted 10.01.2014 @ 1.01PM (Edited 10.01.2014 @ 2.44PM)
Regarding CSS for a quick and dirty fix, what you need to do is use:
The above wont let the layout move around where using display: none; will. @aldous was on the right track though.
Otherwise like @dave mentions that one of the template files needs to delete or comment out the part that is requesting the info to be displayed.
You can't tell exactly which template without actually looking in the themes folder.
in the meantime, I see that the theme is from themezilla, they also have a forum which your question may already be answered.