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disable display of tile in all pages.

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  • paulwpxp

    @paulwp

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    It’s not a good idea to hide page name.

    Page name should be there for accessibility. While navigating the site, users should be able to know right away which page it’s on. The execption is the front (first) page of the site which seems logical to not have the page name “Front” or “Home” visible.

    But if you really really need to do this, it’s actually the same code that you use to hide that front page’s title right now.

    Instead of .page-id-7 .entry-title, use .page .entry-title.

    Which template do I find this code in? It doesn’t seem to be in the style sheet or the front page template.

    Resolved, thanks, that worked perfectly.

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