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  • I am sure this is a simple fix, but I am using the “Header Menu” and every menu button displays the text at the top of page. For example, the “About” menu button displays the word “About” at the top of the page. I want to remove the words at the top of the page but don’t know how. I don’t see a way to turn that option off in the Menu’s section.

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  • Yes, someone please answer this becuase it really looks silly. I don’t know coding but this is a problem I have been searching the answer for a long time (without having to make a “child theme”). I don’t want to mess up my coding. Is there any way to do this without coding – please?

    I’m not sure I follow. Can you post a URL to see exactly what you’re referring to?

    The menu header appears at the top of the page and I want/need a H1 tag for SEO purposes, so the headers look very redundant. Also the menu header is aligned to the left so it looks very strange and unprofessional. Is there a way to remove the menu header (so it just appears in the menu but not at the top of each page) without changing the code? In another string of help someone mentioned leaving the menu header blank and then going to put it in in the menu tools but I can’t seem to edit the menu to change the tags so it appears correctly in the menu. In the menu bar the page says #55 no header (under the drop down menu (resume examples).

    Thanks for any help.

    If I’m understanding correctly you don’t want “Healthcare” to display on the page. If you want to ensure no page titles are ever displayed you can add the following to your custom css:

    h1.entry-title {

    I guess I’m not sure why you would want to do that. “Healthcare” is simply the post title (and contained within an h1 tag).

    You could edit the post title to “Nurse Resume Example For Hospital Employment” and remove this from the content area.

    Go to Appearance/Menus and in the Menu Structure section, expand the menu item you wish to change and edit the “Navigation Label” to what ever you want the menu item to display. Save the menu.

    All you would then need to do is adjust the h1.entry-title css to center the text and change the size/weight of the text.

    Thanks a bunch – it looks much cleaner without the “double headers” (since I want to use my key word in my H1 tag). Great!!!

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