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daragh

Want to take page name from content area and place at the top of the page.

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daragh

In the above example I just have a standard template with the following Active Sections: Boxes Content Obviously the boxes (and their images) are showing above the content (naturally). What I'm wondering is this: is there a simple way to take the title / subtitle (in this case: "GALWAY & THE WEST" and "REGIONAL FOCUS TOUR | SIGHTSEEING AND CULTURE SEEKING | 6 DAYS, 5 NIGHTS" and have that text / information appear seperately ABOVE both the Boxes (images) and content.

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mackenzie
You wrote "above example" but nothing was listed. When I try to view your site it's requiring username/password. Can you attach a screenshot, please?

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daragh
Apologies - I'd forgotten that was [user / pass] there. Two images uploaded, imaginitively called "what-i-want.jpg" and "what-i-have.jpg" Basically I want to take the page name and put it above ALL content. As I have the boxes appearing above the "content" proper, the heading is quite a way down the page. I don't really mind if I need to use custom fields to do this, just not sure how to output those ABOVE the regular boxed off bits (Boxes / Content) in the template. This one is what I have now... [img]http://www.information-managers.com/bin/what-i-have-now.jpg[/img] This one is how I want it to be.... [img]http://www.information-managers.com/bin/what-i-want.jpg[/img]

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Simon
Use the contentbox free addon section.

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daragh
Thank you for that - I've currently no idea how to do that :-) But I'll dig around the template area etc and see if I can find it...

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Simon
Install it form the wp-admin store, its called contentbox, its listed under free sections. Then add it to the content area above your postloop/boxes etc.

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daragh
Oh - think I'm getting there... have installed it from the pagelines store.... thank you.

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daragh
That helped immensely, thank you so much. (Apologies for late reply!)

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