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Tagged: remove "blog" in title
I’ve got a site that will be using mainly static pages but will use “posts” for news items. I created a category of “News” for this purpose.
However I have noticed that WP inserts information I don’t want to appear in the title area when viewing.
For example, when reading a particular news item, the top title area shows “Blog – Latest News”. I don’t want to note the Blog portion. Just “Latest News” would be fine.
Also, when looking at the category post for all the news items it shows the following: “Archive for category: News”. I don’t want the “Archive for category” to appear, just “News” is fine.
Any ideas on how to tweak things to do this?
Thanks in advance!
Thanks, I was able to take care of the first item (it was the title on single.php that controlled the one I needed to remove).
The second item wasn’t as easy. The link from the other topic you gave says:
The text “Archive for category:” is generated by avia_which_archive function. You can find it on framework > php > function-set-avia-frontend.php, find this code on line 834:
However, I haven’t had much luck figuring out how to get to the specific file it noted to make the change. Can you point me in the right direction?
disregard the previous post. I was able to find the file to edit. Just thought it was accessible thru the WP dashboard but apparently not.
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