Adds a secondary title to posts, pages and custom post types.
This plugin adds some much-needed functionality. I tried to do this without a plugin and had no success, so I was happy to see that the plugin works very well. When I needed help, the author was really quick to respond in the support forums. I'm also impressed with the plugin's options, even though I don't have the need for such custom flexibility. Good work overall on this!
There is still a problem in this latest version plugin
I cannot type secondary title in any new post
Hope author can repair it thanks
it does it with a simple interface. Plus the ability to customize is there for the php type. Good job!
I am setting up a custom build of WordPress and envisioned a second title. My designer found Secondary Title and it was the solution to the problem. Works well with no problems and as far as I can see there is no other plug-in that will allow you to post a second title above the main title (or vice versa). I needed the second title to identify the names of journalists and publications for the articles I am highlighting in my posts.
Highly recommended and the developer is extremely responsive to questions.
Works great and solved a huge problem. I highly recommend this plugin. Support was prompt, too! (user error, not a plugin issue) ;-)
This plugin does the job well and is easy to use with flexible settings. I've had two minor issues, and both were promptly fixed by the plugin author. I've very please. Thanks!
The simplest way to display a different page title in the H1 tag on front-end for users and SEO while you can keep a generic page name for admins on the backend. This really helps manage pages and menus much easier! For example, you can name pages "Service 1", "Service 2", etc. and then give them optimized h1 tags like "Data Security", "Network Design", etc. THANK YOU!
Works exactly like stated, clean code and quick support. Couldn't ask more.
Works great and has fine-grained controls. For even more control its very easy and very well documented how to implement subtitles and teasers exactly the way one want them to display.
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