I’ve asked this question in “Themes” but didn’t receive an answer so I thought I’d try posting here.
I installed the Elegant Grunge theme. When I’m on my home page, I see the word “HOME” twice, once in the menu bar and again at the top of the content of my page. This is the case for all my pages, I see the name of the menu button in the content section of my page, eg “About” & “Contact” also appear as a header for the content on those pages.
I have figured out how to remove the title on the page.php file by commenting out this line:
<h2><?php the_title(); ?></h2>
However, when I try to remove it from the page that has no sidebar (page-no-sidebar.php), I get a line running all the way across the page where the title use to be.
Anyone out there who knows php code and can tell me what I’m doing wrong? If it helps, I can post the entire code for that page.
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