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Removing Page Titles Where unnecessary

  • I would like to take out the page titles on my wordpress that appear outside of the header menu.

    For example, when you click on the homepage, the link on the menu bar at the top is highlighted (which I want to keep) but the word “Home” also appears on the page below the our company logo. This is what I would like to remove. I’m using the vita 1.6 by Nurudin Jauhari theme.

    A link is below. Any ideas?
    http://publicmediainteractive.org/

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  • Same as in your previous question, but this time, look for this template tag:

    <?php the_title(); ?>

    Great, thank you. But now it looks like the titles to my individual blog posts have gone away with the page titles. Any idea how to get those back while keeping the page titles out?

    http://publicmediainteractive.org/blog/

    Static Pages use the page.php template file. Blog Posts use the single.php template file.

    Only remove the the_title() template tag from the template files that correspond to the contexts in which you do not want to display the Post Title.

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