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[resolved] secondary_title displaying blog_title in WP MS (4 posts)

  1. andrewhouse
    Posted 4 years ago #

    I've been through and through the instructions and the settings, and can't figure out what I'd doing wrong. 98% of the default settings, I left in place. I placed

    <h3><?php ghpseo_output('secondary_title'); ?></h3>

    in my theme, below the regular title, so that I could make use of both. Is this possible, or am I doing something wrong? Because instead of displaying the content I've put in the Secondary Title field of the post, it's displaying the name of the blog.

    This is a MultiSite install.


  2. gregmulhauser
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 years ago #

    Hi andrewhouse,

    You didn't mention what theme file has this code, but if it is on a single post or page outside the loop (the only place where secondary titles work at all), and you have set secondary titles to be enabled, and you have left the replacement for single post secondary titles as %post_title_custom% (or the page equivalent), then all should be well.

    If all those ifs match up, and you're still getting no joy, please stop by the plugin's site for more details on dropping me a note directly.

    All the best,

  3. andrewhouse
    Posted 4 years ago #


    Thanks for the response, but I'm quite clueless to most of what you said. I apologize for my ignorance.

    I placed the code I mentioned directly below the post title code for all pages of the theme where it appears... single, index, page, everywhere. I expected the forward-facing result to be something like:

    Hello World! (default wp title)
    I love to say "Hello" (GHPS secondary title)

    But, it didn't happen that way.

    you have left the replacement for single post secondary titles as %post_title_custom% (or the page equivalent)

    Laymans terms please. I have no idea what that meant. :p

    - Andrew

  4. gregmulhauser
    Plugin Author

    Posted 4 years ago #

    At the top of each page of each one of my plugins' admin pages, there's a link to support for the plugin. If you follow it and have a look at the FAQ, you'll be able to save yourself some puzzlement. (Especially regarding how to submit a support request.)

    All the best,

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