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[Resolved] page title at the top of each page or post

  • Hello! I’m a newbie! =) How can i forbid wp or this theme not to write a page title at the top of the page? Maybe for all posts/pages or for each one? The page title is necessary in my case just for page and post navigation.

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  • Theme Author Greg Priday

    @gpriday

    At the moment there is a page template that excludes the title and the sidebar. At the moment there isn’t a page template that only removes the page title though. For this you could use some custom CSS.

    body.page .entry-title {
       display:none;
    }

    That would remove page titles on any page you create (but the page titles would remain on posts. You can use a plugin like Jetpack to add the custom CSS or you could create a child theme.

    Thank You Greg for quick support!

    Hi den15_de,

    Another easy way would be not to put any title when you create the page, but under Appreances/Menus/Menu Structure, you can put the title under Navigation Label. This way you do not need to deal with CSS or create a child theme. Greg, please let me know if there are disadvantages with this method. Cheers!

    Thanks, I already tried that. It does not cool to see a list of pages without titles in admin.

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