Version: 1.0.3 Allows authors to hide the title on single pages and posts via the edit post screen.
It is possible that your theme does not have the wp_head function in it's header.php file. In general all themes are suppose to have it, and version 1.0.2 looks for it to prevent adding bad code to the
<head> area of the page. If you have access to your theme file simply add
<?php wp_head(); ?> to header.php just before the
</head> tag. If not, this plugin will no longer be compatible with your theme.
By default this plugin looks for the
.entry-title class and hides it. If it doesn't find it it will look for any
h2 elements that contain the title and hide them instead. To change the default
.entry-title selector to something that makes more sense to you, add the following code to the functions.php file of your current theme:
global $DojoDigitalHideTitle; // Be sure to replace ".your-selector" with your selector! $DojoDigitalHideTitle->set_selector('.your-selector');
As noted in the comments, you'll need to replace the string
.your-selector with the css selector you'd like hidden. It can be any valid css selector such as
#myid, etc. I recommend using a class or id to avoid accidentally hiding unforeseen elements.
I could, but I'd like to avoid adding Yet Another Options Page if I can. If enough people request it though, I'll go ahead and bite the bullet.
Requires: 3.0 or higher
Compatible up to: 3.4.2
Last Updated: 2012-10-14
1 of 2 support threads in the last two months have been resolved.
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