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Title Remover

Description

This plugin adds a simple metabox beside the post creation form in the WordPress admin interface, allowing you to toggle the visibility of the title. Unlike some of the other similar plugins available in the WordPress repository, it completely removes the title instead of just hiding with CSS or JavaScript.

Some advantages of using this plugin:

Does not affect menus or the admin area: Before removing the title it checks to make sure that the front-end is being displayed and the current point is within the loop. In other words it has no effect on menus or post tables in the admin area.

Works with all post types: To hide the title you just have to use a checkbox on the post creation form. This checkbox is displayed in the form of a metabox for all post types.

Installation

  1. Use WordPress’ plugin interface to find and install the plugin.
  2. Start editing the post or page whose title you want to hide.
  3. Among the boxes on the right side you will find one titled ‘Hide Title?’. Click on the checkbox.
  4. Save changes.

Reviews

Good idea, however…

Good idea. Small, but useful function.

However, titles of articles or pages are invisible also in various lists from some others plug-ins (e.g. sitemap).

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Contributors & Developers

“Title Remover” is open source software. The following people have contributed to this plugin.

Contributors

Changelog

1.0

  • Initial release