Support » Plugin: WP Title 2 » WP Title 2 plugin stopped working in WordPress 3,4

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  • hi,

    WP Title 2 Custom Heading in the Posts – is not work anymore!

    In the POSTS lies the “WP Title 2” input field, lies over the WP main title input field.
    This means, it is not possible to enter text in WP main title input field.

    It looks like a CSS problem.
    Is there already a FIX?

    I’ve it testet in FF and Chrome.

    many thanks for a quickly answer.


    hi, hi,

    … here is a temporary (until to the next plugin-update) solution:

    search in the directory: /wp-content/plugins/wp-title-2/
    (begin in line “195”)




    and REPLACE with this:




    greatings, mike

    thanks for the fix mike,

    unfortunately the developer of wp title 2 is no longer supporting the plugin, so it looks like we’re on our own. he states that since wordpress integrated the ability to create custom titles through the menu section in admin, it’s rendered his plugin as obsolete. for those who build their menus from the onset using the wordpress method, that might be viable, but there’s also those of us who’ve been using wp title for quite a while and have literally built thousands of pages that are dependent upon it. we can’t just reverse engineer all our work, so it appears we’ll need to find ways to get around the discontinuation of any more updates as wordpress continues to grow.

    I’ve just upgraded to 3.4 on one of my sites and noticed the problem. Most of my sites use WP Title 2 and I don’t fancy having to manually change the code in each one. I also found that the above fix isn’t perfect on some sizes of screen.

    I’ve therefore revised the plugin to fix the layout problems and a copy of the plugin is now available from my blog.

    The site I’m using it on is a bit plugin heavy so the text field takes a few seconds to appear, but it will look exactly the same as it used to and will resize nicely for most sizes of screen.

    WordPress Community, I thank you. Downloaded SteveRobWebDes’ revisited plugin and it was the exact fix we where looking for. Again, thank you!

    Hi there,
    I also had the same problem. Transferred a test build over to a new WP install that happened to be 3.4 and WP Title went belly up. The above fixed worked for me WITH ONE change. At 79% it was still overlaying the side inputs so I changed to 74% and that fixed it.

    Thanks for finding the fix and hopefully my small edit might help someone.

    BTW, I tend to build off themes that can’t use custom menus so WP Title 2 was the ONLY way I could specify a custom menu name. It’s a shame it’s been dropped.

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