Hiding Page Titles in Adventure Journal Theme
I’m very new to code and have no formal training in the matter. In fact this site I’m working on is almost the first crash course I’ve had with all of this code. I could not locate the place where I could insert that bit of ccs code. I am also running Internet Explorer so that bit about firefox or chrome was irrelevant to me at this point.
Now I’m running a pre – made theme for my wordpress site so some of the normal files you would find for the default WordPress theme are not available to me. I’ve been doing a lot of research on this matter and I am still coming up short. Not from lack of understanding but lack of actual knowledge.
That being said I’ve come a long way and I understand the code I need to change is located in files associated with the theme I am using. In this case the Theme is Adventure Journal.
I have access to the following files that make up this particular theme:
404.php, contexture.php, options.php, archive.php, author.php,
category.php, comments-popup.php, comments.php, footer.php,
functions.php, header.php, index.php, loop.php, page.php,
search.php, single.php (Single Post), tag.php,
and then . . .
(One column, no sidebars Page Template) template-onecol.php
(Three columns, content center Page Template) template-threecol.php
(Two columns, content left Page Template) template-twocol_left.php
(Two columns, content right Page Template) template-twocol_right.php
The above are all the files associated with my theme.
As a side note I have a sidebar set up with my page content to the left. <- – – – Reason for editing post.
So the question continues as follows:
Where do I find the neccessary code to change so that my page titles no longer appear. Furthermore what do I change the code to so the titles (again) no longer appear.
I’m sorry for this rediculously long post however the plugin that was originally working to do this for me the “easy” way is now making the title Home not show up on the navigation bar so the plugin is no longer an option. Plus I’d like to do this the “hard” way or the “right” way if possible.
Thank you in advance for taking the time to read this post. Any help would be great.
*This Thread was started in response to a Moderator explaining that I had Hijacked another users thread. This has been copied from another thread on another subject. My Apologies.*
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