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I have created a dynamic template using your template builder. The template includes a column section that is selected to show a single page (not a post). But the permalink to the page is shown in <h3> above the title. How do I remove the permalink? Can I just leave the title field blank on the back end?
If I create the template to display the page content, there is an option to exclude the header. That method removes the permalink, but it seems to be a backwards way to do this. I want to use the column function, which I guess I can use the short codes to set up on the page.
The site is being developed on a remote server instead of my local workstation, and I am very new to WordPress. I don’t want to break it. Can you help?
You can hide the title via CSS, just add this on your custom.css.
Or you can edit includes > helper-templates.php and find this code
$output .= "<h3 class='dynamic-column-title'><a href='".get_permalink()."' rel='bookmark' title='".__('Permanent link:','avia_framework')." ".get_the_title()."'>".get_the_title()."</a></h3>";
Replace it with
$output .= "<h3 class='dynamic-column-title'>".get_the_title()."</h3>";
There are two instances of the code so you have to change them both.
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