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  • #1095
    BuddhaBurke
    Member

    Hi… I’m trying to hide the title text. I want it to exist for SEO purposes but it’s too mundane for user purposes, so I created the text I want as part of the banner image. The title text still exists but graphene is giving me issues with it. I changed the options to 0px, and it’s hiding the text on the home page, but the “description” text is still showing up on ever other page aside from the homepage. Any idea why it’s doing this, and what I can do about it? Thanks.

    ps… new to wordpress but so far i really love your theme

    #14578
    Kim
    Member

    Hi

    Im not quite sure if you mean like this:

    .post-title, .post-title a, .post-title a:visited {
    border-bottom: 1px solid #E3E3E3;
    color: #FFFFFF;
    font: 18px arial;
    padding-bottom: 5px;
    }

    Test it out in Theme Custom CSS 🙂

    Kim

    #14579
    BuddhaBurke
    Member

    Hi & thanks for your response. I probably wasn’t very clear. I’m speaking of the site Title-description that goes in the banner, which google reads as your site home page title. Graphene interface options gives you the option to change the font, which I changed to 0px.

    When I did this it was hiding the text on the home page, but the “description” text was still showing up in other pages. So I’ve sense simply checked the option in the default wordpress options that says “display title text” – NO. I did that originally but then noticed that it dropped my keyword rich title when I viewed page source.

    Well now that I looked again just now, it has my original title in the page source Meta title so I guess it’s OK?

    Maybe a better question is this? If you select “hide title text” from the standard wordpress “Appearance -> Header” options will it still be used as your Meta Title?

    Hopefully I’m not making this even more confusing!! lol – thanks.

    #14580
    Kim
    Member

    Just Hide Title Text in Header, its Still Your Meta Title 🙂

    Kim

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