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Title in the Header

  • I would like to include my weblog title in the “Options” section but I don’t want it showing up on top of my header.

    Do I turn this off in the CSS?

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  • I think you need to delete the call in the template. I think it is ‘<?php bloginfo(‘name’); ?>’

    That did it!


    Sorry, I’m not that great with modifying the code. Could you explain exactly which .php file I am supposed to go in to erase that line you mentioned. I’d like to get the title off my header on my blog but I want it to appear in the Admin area.

    If you’re using WP 1.5, it’s in /wp-content/themes/YOUR_THEME/header.php

    if you’re using WP 1.2, it’s in index.php

    Actually, this might be a better solution so that the HTML code is still there for spiders/bots to find (for search engines), but it won’t be visible. This is what I do because i have my own header image with the title in the actual image. Add this to your CSS….
    #headerimg h1, #headerimg div {
    display: none;



    Hi MtDewVirus, I tried your method, didn’t work. The header title is still there. My best possible way so far is to make the #header h1 font-size to 0. That worked in Firefox. But dumb IE chooses to somehow display the title, in a very small way that is. Argh. I do not wanna delete the call function for the bloginfo in header.php. Surely there’s a way……pls help, thanks.

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