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  • #2140

    Hi, i don’t know if its possible..I can hide “page titles” on pages that i created?

    Thank you.

    Regards

    #36816

    Just delete following code from page.php:

    <h1 class="siteheading">
    <a href="<?php echo get_permalink() ?>" rel="bookmark" title="<?php _e('Permanent Link:','avisio')?> <?php the_title(); ?>"><?php the_title(); ?>
    </a>
    </h1>

    #36817

    Hi Dude, thanks for your fast response.

    I delete the code, but i refresh the site and the title of page appears. I need delete something else?

    Thanks again.

    My site is —-> http://www.squisit.com

    #36818

    Hi,

    You need to delete the same code in template_fullwidth.php too.

    Just because it interests me – how did you translate the portfolio page? With WPML? Did you modify any theme files to make it work? It’s just because someone else asked this question some time ago and I would be interested in how to achieve this.

    #36819

    Thanks Dude! it’s works, but in Mainpage, the titles of the pages appears, i need to delete in index.php some code?

    About your qüestion, I translate the portfolio page with WPML and a friend modify some theme files.

    Thanks again.

    #36820

    Yes, if you want to remove the titles there too, you need to delete them from index.php.

    Could you send me the (modified) theme files to (Email address hidden if logged out) – I’m just interested how it works.

    #36821

    Hi Dude, again … If i delete:

    <h1 class=’fptab <?php echo $firstTab; ?>’><!–“> –><?php the_title(); ?><!––></h1>

    the tabs above the page also dissapear, i need to remove only a part of the code?

    That’s the code of index.php:

    <?php get_header(); ?>

    <div class="wrapper wrapper_shadow ie6fix" id='wrapper_featured_area'>

    <div class='overlay_top ie6fix'></div>

    <div class='overlay_bottom ie6fix'></div>

    <div class="center ie6fix">

    <!-- ###################################################################### -->

    <div class="feature_wrap">

    <!-- ###################################################################### -->

    <?php

    //this class creates the slideshow

    // SET SLIDER OPTIONS

    $slideshow = new kclass_display_slideshow();

    $slideshow->setQueryType('slideshow');

    $slideshow->setQueryNumber($k_option);

    $slideshow->setSlideshowSize('XL');

    $slideshow->setSlideshowClass('aviaslider');

    $slideshow->setCaption('_img_excerpt');

    $slideshow->setWelcome("You can add Slides manually at your backend here or you can use the dummy content installer to create some slides for you so you see how it is done ;)");

    $slideshow->show();

    ?>

    <!-- ###################################################################### -->

    </div><!-- end featuredwrap -->

    <!-- ###################################################################### -->

    <!-- end center-->

    </div>

    <!--end wrapper-->

    </div>

    <div class="wrapper fullwidth" id='wrapper_main'>

    <div class="center">

    <div id="main">

    <div class="frontpagetabs">

    <div class='entry'>

    <?php

    #query the pags do display on the starting page

    if($k_option != "")

    {

    $id_order = explode(',', $k_option);

    $args = array(

    'post_type' => 'page',

    'post__in' => $id_order

    );

    $additional_loop = new WP_Query($args);

    //if(is_home())

    $id_order = $additional_loop->query_vars;

    #sorts the array so it reflects the order selceted in the backend

    foreach($additional_loop->posts as $the_post)

    {

    foreach($id_order as $key => $value)

    {

    if($value == $the_post->ID)

    {

    $tempArray[$key] = $the_post;

    }

    }

    }

    $additional_loop->posts = $tempArray;

    #output loop

    $counter = 1;

    $firstContainer = 'fpactive_tab_content';

    $firstTab = 'fpactive_tab';

    while ($additional_loop->have_posts()) : $additional_loop->the_post();

    ?>

    <h1 class='fptab <?php echo $firstTab; ?>'><!--"> --><?php the_title(); ?><!----></h1>

    <div class='fptab_content tab<?php echo $counter. " ".$firstContainer; ?>'>

    <?php the_content('Read more'); edit_post_link('Edit', '', '');?>

    </div>

    <?php

    $firstContainer = $firstTab = "";

    $counter ++;

    endwhile;

    }

    else

    {

    echo "<h1>Welcome and Thanks for installing Avisio!</h1>";

    echo "It seems you didnt set up your frontpage by now. You can do that in your wordpress backend at Avisio Options » Mainpage Options";

    }

    ?>

    <!--end enty -->

    </div>

    <span class="hr"></span>

    </div>

    <!--end main-->

    </div>

    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    <?php get_footer(); ?>

    #36822

    Hi,

    I’m sorry I forgot that Avisio has the tab feature. It’s more complex to remove the title here. I need to look into it a bit more.

    Could you send me the (modified) theme files to (Email address hidden if logged out) – I’m just interested how the modifications are done.

    #36823

    Ok Dude.

    I’m awaiting your response.

    I will ask my friend and I will file amended charges.

    Thanks a lot!

    #36824

    Hi Dude, any solution?

    Regards.

    #36825

    Yes, I looked into it – custom.js needs the heading so you can’t remove it without rewriting the code a bit.

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