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  • KATrimels

    #2331

    Have a child theme set up (thanx Syahir) and looking to eliminate the title from all pages. Would like to make the theme more static focused on all but one page (i.e. CMS with one blog page)

    I’ve searched and found some substitution code for the loop.php; it didn’t work anyway but would like to not have to adjust during next update.

    Any ideas on deleting the posting of page title so menu shows page title but the page would lead with the first line of text from the page?

    Josh

    #19824

    Hi,

    Add this to your custom CSS:

    .post-title a, .post-title a:visited {
    display: none;
    }

    But I think this removes it from posts as well as pages. I’m pretty sure there is a way to make it remove just on pages. But I forget the line of code.

    Ken?? Ideas??

    KATrimels

    #19825

    Josh,

    Good to hear from you. I copy/pasted that into the child style.css file, appending it to the end of the code that was in there. It didn’t remove it from the pages.

    But just like your help with the slider didn’t solve my issue, but rather prompted my foggy brain to merge your thoughts with what’s there, this did it. I simply added the following to the child style.css.

    .page .post-title{

    display: none;

    }

    So, Josh, you once again helped me out. Thanx.

    While on this thread, is there a way to not show the “previous post / next post” line on the top of each post page?

    Josh

    #19826

    What’s your website?

    How would user’s know there were older posts if you removed that? Are you using another type of navigation?

    KATrimels

    #19827

    The website is http://www.contemporaryengineer.com. All posts are available by category from the nav bar. And the topics are such that somebody visiting would likely go by topic rather than date.

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