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My goal is to export my project in its plainest form in order to later build a css on a clean basis. Here's my current configuration:

      (require 'ox-publish)
      (setq org-html-coding-system 'utf-8-unix)

      (
       setq org-publish-project-alist
            '(
              ("org-notes"
               :base-directory "~/Blog/org/"
               :base-extension "org"
               :publishing-directory "~/Blog/html/"
               :recursive t
               :publishing-function org-html-publish-to-html
               :headline-levels 2
               :auto-sitemap t
               :sitemap-filename "sitemap.org"
               :sitemap-title "Sitemap"
               :makeindex t
               :with-creator nil
               :with-email nil
               :with-author nil
               :with-date nil
              ;; :auto-preamble t
              ;; :auto-postamble t
               :html-pretable nil
               :html-postable nil

               :table-of-contents nil
               :section-numbers nil
               )

              ("org-static"
               :base-directory "~/Blog/org/"
               :base-extension "html\\|xml\\|css\\|js\\|png\\|jpg\\|gif\\|pdf"
               :publishing-directory "~/Blog/html/"
               :recursive t
               :publishing-function org-publish-attachment
               )

              ("org"
               :components ("org-notes" "org-static")
               )

              )
            )
  (setq org-export-html-postamble nil)
;;  (setq org-html-head-include-default-style nil)
;;  (setq org-html-head-include-scripts nil)
  (setq org-html-validation-link nil)

The issue is that the "Created on:" continues to appear at the bottom of the page. According to https://stackoverflow.com/questions/13363267/how-to-remove-footer-details-in-org-mode-html-export, https://orgmode.org/manual/HTML-preamble-and-postamble.html

(setq org-export-html-postamble nil)

should be enough to fix my problem but "Created on" still appears.

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