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  • Plugin Contributor GeoffBel

    (@geoffbel)

    Hey @suzyleusby

    This might be coming from either your theme files (most likely from archive.php) or from Yoast SEO (if you have that plugin).

    Try temporarily reverting back to a default WordPress theme such as twenty-sixteen to see if the issue goes away.

    If it does you will have to add a conditional to your archive.php (or equivalent) to handle event archive pages.

    You could also try different settings for “Events Template” under Events -> Settings -> Display

    If this is caused by Yoast, check out the following https://theeventscalendar.com/knowledgebase/titles-in-yoast-seo/

    Let me know how that goes.

    Best regards,
    Geoff B.

    Thread Starter suzyleusby

    (@suzyleusby)

    HI Geoff,
    Thank you so much for getting back to me.
    Afraid I tried all of that and it is still saying Event Archives 🙁
    Regards,
    Suzy

    Barry

    (@barryhughes-1)

    Hi Suzy,

    I’m sorry it took so long to circle back to this. Do you still need help with this?

    I did visit the URL you shared and don’t see any references to “Event Archive” so – unless perhaps I was looking in the wrong place – it seems like you were able to resolve things.

    Let us know if that’s not the case!

    Thread Starter suzyleusby

    (@suzyleusby)

    Hi,
    I couldn’t figure out how to do it so hid the H1 tag using CSS instead for that page.
    Regards,
    Suzy

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