Great job with the theme Enfold it’s a very good theme.
I want to make you a question that I have not been able to find in the forum:
I would like not to show or even eliminate the entire “Your are here” element that appears under the menu on every page (except the home).
Is it possible?
Try adding the following CSS to your Quick CSS (located under the Styling Tab in the theme options) or the custom.css file in the css folder of your theme files:
That will remove the breadcrumbs which is the term for that ‘you are here> page name’ bit.
Thanks for your response.
This command stops displaying the text “You are here”, but it is also possible to remove the title page and all the entire item? so the page content begins just below the menu (unless there is no space or strip).
In that case you can use the theme option under the Layout meta box on each page. Look for the Layout meta box then look for the Header Settings with the text “Header Settings Display the Header with Page Title and Breadcrumb Navigation?” . Choose the option “Don’t display the header” from the dropdown on every page you don’t want the header to appear.
I added the CSS code above and it removed all of the breadcrumbs, not just the You are here: portion. Can you advise another CSS to just get rid of this part or if there might be a conflict in my custom.cc?
No worries, found a different thread with a function.php edit.
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