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  • George Ward
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    Hi Andy,
    Hope things are good with you.
    Is there CSS for disabling “Display Title” globally (that you have as an option in each page).
    We are having problems with duplicate H1 tags because we want to write our own.
    Choosing “Display Title” > Disable gets rid of the auto generated one.
    Thanks!
    George

    Hi George,

    Under the editor of each page/post, you should see ‘Page Config’ tab where you have the option to disable/enable the title.

    If you want to hide all the title of all the pages, use this CSS:

    div.post-titles {
        display: none;
    }

    Regards,


    George Ward
    Participant

    Hi Edcel,
    When I add the CSS above it removes the title from the front end, but this remains in the source code that we want do not want to show up:
    <h1 class=”entry-title”>Town Center</h1>

    If I go page by page, as you mention and disable the title showing, that H1 tag does not show up, but there are a lot of pages and I would like not to do that.

    Is there more/different CSS to prevent the H1 from automatically showing for the title.
    We still want our own H1 to appear.

    Thanks again!
    George

    The only way to remove that from the output code is to remove it from theme files.

    Why not use your H1 as the title then? Can you please send a sample post/page where you have added the H1?

    Regards,

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