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  • #5138

    I would have thought that by now there would be a show/hide page title option in the admin…

    The name of the page always appears above the content, like in most wordpress themes…

    What’s the best way to toggle page titles on this theme?

    Thanks

    #49000

    Hey,

    to do this you can open includesloop-page.php and remove the following:

    <h1 class='post-title'><?php the_title(); ?></h1>

    #49001

    But what if I want some pages to have the title? Is there a way to have a toggle option where you can select it to display on some pages but not on others?

    Thanks

    #49002

    No there’s no option. You can remove all page titles or leave all page titles. An easy hack would be to hide the page titles with css. The code (which can be insert in css/custom.css) would look like:

    .postid-38 .post-title, .postid-40 .post-title{
    display: none;
    }

    But instead of 38,40…. use your own post ids.

    #49003

    Dude, I tried this and it didn’t work for me. I’m trying to remove the title of the page on the front page. Any way to do that using a unique template or is there something perhaps that needs to be modified on your CSS hack? Thanks so much!!

    #49004

    Hey,

    use following code (insert it in style.css):

    .home h1.entry-heading{
    display: none;
    }

    #49005

    For some reason that still did not work for me. However, I did manage to create a new template and call a custom loop from the includes folder and that worked.

    #49006

    Glad that you found a solution :)

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