Turn on/off page titles on a per page basis, and set sitewide defaults from Theme Settings. Must be using the Genesis theme.
This simple plugin does exactly what I needed it to do. Hide the title on selected pages on my Genesis Framework Child themes. Thanks Bill.
This plugin saves me from having to write CSS on a page by page basis, when I don't want the title. The CSS wouldn't be hard but this is more convenient.
But... it does seem silly to have a plugin that only does this one thing. There's another Genesis plugin that does this and a bunch of other things, but it does so many things I'm worried it's going to break something on my site. I will continue to use both plugins... just not at the same time.
This plugin does what it says and has never caused any issues on the 10 or more sites I've used it on! Thanks Bill!
That moment you login to a client site and see:
(no title) (no title) (no title) (no title) (no title)
Thanks for solving this problem!
Great plugin! I use it on every Genesis site that I build.
Some commenters have noted on this page that this particular plugin won't work on ExpressionEngine, won't work on Drupal, won't work on non-Genesis WordPress themes, and it also won't do your laundry for you. That's true, unfortunately, on all counts.
However, if you install this plugin on your site, then set your coffeemaker to make some coffee, I think you'll find that the plugin does nothing to hinder that process. It practically makes coffee for you (just like magic!!!) and it's guaranteed never to mix your lights with your darks.
Works perfect. Does exactly what is needed. Simple but effective.
Very useful plugin, to toggle the visibility of post titles in Genesis Framework child themes.
No, it doesn't work with other themes; it doesn't claim to, and doesn't aim to. Other themes aren't coded the same way as Genesis - they effectively hard-code the post heading in a template file, so removing it takes considerable effort, if it indeed possible with a plugin.
It also doesn't work with Drupal, ExpressionEngine, or my washing machine. In fact, it does a lousy job of getting my clothes clean or vacuuming up the dirt from my carpets after an all night Vicar's and Tarts party involving members of the local clergy and a well-rated brothel. I can't decide whether "it sucks" is an appropriate description or not.
For the purposes of this review though, it toggles the titles for Genesis themes. It does no more, and no less.
2 stars should be enough.
Simple and effective.
This plugin is really useful for those who use the Genesis Framework.
Congratulations and thanks for your work.
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