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  • My front page is set to ‘static page’ in the TwentyTen theme. I’ve tried a few suggestions to remove the home page title, including removing this line: <php the_title(); ?> or the_title(); It works while I’m logged in but when I log out the home page displays this message: “Page can’t be found”. Any suggestions please to remove that message?

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  • can you pastebin your code what/where/which file are you change, and a link to your site would also be good to help you further

    Michael

    (@alchymyth)

    Forum Moderator

    you could try it with css:

    .home .entry-title { display: none; }

    I think you can probably do that pretty easily in TwentyTen by creating a custom menu for the primary navigation. Appearance > Themes > Menus
    I just tried it with a static front page and it seemed to work okay. Just leave “Home” out of your custom menu, and make sure you select some other page for your posts page.

    you can try this: .home .entry-title { display: none; }
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    alchymyth, whereabouts in the CSS is the best for that code?

    Thank you alchymyth and everyone. This code did the trick in CSS:
    .home .entry-title { display: none; }

    Question – where should the code be placed in CSS? – i.e., which file, and where? Sorry, coding newbie here….thanks!

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