On the Stallion Layout Options page you have a lot of options for removing and moving around various elements of the Stallion theme.
Hide Header : hides the entire header area, basically everything where the header image is located is gone. Could be used in combination with the ad settings pages to remove the header area and have a large 728px wide AdSense ad right at the top in place of the header.
Site Title Link : hides the title of the site (top left corner), if you’ve built a custom header image you can hide the title so it doesn’t ruin your nice image (already seen a few sites using this feature for this purpose).
Location of Sites TagLine : Two choices for the location of the sites tagline, within the header or within the footer. You can also use the built in WordPress option to have no tagline (delete the tagline).
Search Form : Turn the search form located within the header (top right) on or off. If you turn it off and still want your visitors to have a search function add a search form widget to one of the widgets/sidebar areas.
Post and Page Dates : Turn post dates on or off for blog Posts and Static pages. Useful for non-blog like sites or blogs that you rarely add new content, having a post dated 2005 suggests the content is out of date even if it isn’t.
Comment Dates : Turn comment dates on or off, as above but for the comments.
WP Admin Bar : turn the new WordPress 3.1 Admin Bar ON/OFF for all logged in users (it’s an irritating bar ).
Navigation Menu Options : see WordPress Navigation Menu Tutorial
Clean the Header Code Advanced WordPress Management
These settings are for advanced WordPress users who know what they are doing. The settings marked off by default will work for 90%+ WordPress users, these settings clean out unnecessary code from the head area of the code (most users don’t even know it’s there). By removing some of this code it helps protect your site from hackers and loads your pages a little faster.
The only setting you might need to turn back on is the wlwmanifest_link Off setting, this is used by users who access their site using the “Windows Live Writer”, if you don’t use this software, you don’t need it on.
If you change the ON settings to OFF without understanding what they do you’ll probably break parts of your site, lower down the list you go more likely it will cause a problem. They are here for advanced WordPress users who are wanting more control over how WordPress works (I don’t turn any of the ON settings OFF on my sites).
wp_generator Off: Hides WordPress version number security issue (OFF).
wp_shortlink_wp_head Off: Removes Shortlinks (OFF).
start_post_rel_link Off: Removes relational link to first ever post (OFF).
adjacent_posts_rel_link_wp_head Off: Removes relational link to Previous and Next posts (OFF).
index_rel_link Off: Removes relational link to home (OFF).
parent_post_rel_link Off: Removes relational link to Parent Page (OFF).
wlwmanifest_link Off: Removes the Windows Live Writer link (OFF).
rsd_link Off: Removes Really Simple Discovery Links (OFF).
wp_print_styles Off: Prevents plugins from adding stylesheets to a site. (ON).
feed_links Off: Removes main RSS feed links (ON).
feed_links_extra Off: Removes extra RSS feed links (ON).
rel_canonical Off: Removes canonical URLs (ON).