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  1. Hi, I've searched through the PageLines forums before, but only found hints on how to achieve the opposite (hiding h1 titles on pages). Every page of my blog (www.muenchen-webdesign.de) has an H1-title, and I'm totally fine with this. However, the homepage (which is setup on purpose to be the blog posts overview page, and I don't want to change this) does not show a page title (such as simply "Blog", or - as I'd like to get it - "Blog & News", which is the corresponding menu name). Most of you will know why this is important to me - any SEO-Tool expects to find at least and at most one H1-tag on every page of a website, and Google & Co. honor it if you have that H1 on every single page. I've searched comprehensively through various articles on the web on how to achieve this, but finally gave up, mostly because this seams to be something that needs to be implemented in the themes' sources - and a) I don't want to change any themes' sources (which would get overwritten mostly by theme updates anyway) I'm a PHP absolute beginner So I really hope there is either a way to accomplish this through the "regular" theme options, or the PageLines developers have a heart for people like me and "quickly" add this to the themes' options in one of the upcoming updates. If that's not possible (for whatever reason), I'd still be happy to get directions on how to add this in a correct and safe way manually through the PHP-sources. I'm currently using version PageLines 1.3.5 but will update to version 1.4.0 soon. Thanks for any help in advance and best regards, Franz Kohl
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