I want to hide the page titles on all my pages.
I'm using WordPress as a CMS with the Picolight theme. I've used short page names to keep the menus manageable. I want to put my own descriptive headings on the page and display it as close to the header as possible, not have it pushed way down by a H1 page title and a ruled line (table border?) below that with lots of padding.
Everything I can find in the support forum about removing page titles does not seem to apply to this theme. I've tried several plugins that are supposed to hide the titles. "Disable Title" by Frank Staude takes out the name (but not the line) but but it hides the page name in the menu as well, and that's no good.
I don't want to edit the css to change h1 font size, because I use the large size in some cases, and at any rate, I want to remove the title entirely and free up that space, not just make it smaller.
Can someone direct me to the code that needs changing or commenting out to suppress displaying the page name and the line below it on all pages? I've looked through the style sheet and all the php files and can't figure it out.
Firefox shows this source code on the page title element:
<div id="main"> <div id="content"> <div class="pages"> <div class="title"> <h1><a href="http://denefont.com/" title="Home">Home</a></h1> </div>
But I'm sure that is being generated on-the-fly by the header.php or page.php file in the the theme folder.
My site is http://denefont.com