How to make page titles appear on Child pages

  • lunerunit


    I’d like for the titles of my child pages to be visible when the parent page is selected. Without the Page titles above the pages, you can’t tell what page it is.

    Also, all the text on the excerpt of the child pages makes one giant paragraph. On some pages this is fine, but on others, such as pages that use a table, the excerpt text runs together, ignoring the table and paragraphs. It’s very confusing for the viewer. Any ways around this? Thanks again!

    Here’s a screen shot of what I’m talking about:


    I know I’ve been asking a lot of questions lately so I really appreciate the help.


    Syahir Hakim


    You have this code in your Custom CSS option, I believe:

    .post-11 .post-title,
    .post-title a {
    display: none;

    Remove that and the title would appear.



    When I removed this my titles returned, which was great! Then I remembered why I had this code in the first place. I wanted to remove the title of my home page, which post ID 11.

    How do I remove just the title of my home page but leave all of the other page titles there?


    Kenneth John Odle



    .home .post-title {
    display: none;



    Ha Ha! It worked! Thanks so much and thanks for the lightning fast response!

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