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arlomiller    7
arlomiller

Some questions on page titles:

1.  how do i prevent the page title from being displayed on a page if i don't want it to appear?

2.  Where do i control the size of the title font?  I've figured out how to specify the sizes for the H1, etc tags in CSS, but my page titles are still in like a 35 point ridiculously huge font.

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James B    436
James B

Hi there, you can hide the page titles in Pagelines>Site options>Website Setup, scroll down there's a checkbox to 'show pagetitles automatically'. Uncheck it and the titles will disappear.

 

The change the sizes of the overall fonts size, you'll need to target the fonts using css. If you've not used css before please check http://www.pagelines.com/wiki/Custom_CSS and http://www.w3schools.com/css/ for more guidance and an overview of how it works. All custom code can be placed into Pagelines>site options>custom code.

 

An example of css being use to edit a font size is below

 

#banners {font-size: 16pt;}

Kindly search the forum and read the documentation before posting. It will help you resolve many issues.

For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

James B

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arlomiller    7
arlomiller

Is there an in between?   Perhaps show title by default, but hide it when I would like to?

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James B    436
James B

Hi there, unfortunately not, although it has been suggest for future editions. I'd say the easiest way to replicate would be to turn off the titles and type the page title into the content area using a larger heading, h1,h2 etc. Or if you you don't want to put in the content area maybe use a contentbox or sidebar across the top of the page.


Kindly search the forum and read the documentation before posting. It will help you resolve many issues.

For CSS help be sure to check out W3Schools first and be sure to download FireBug for FireFox for troubleshooting.

James B

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dennistoun    0
dennistoun

I hide page titles on a selective basis with CSS. For example, the title on a page identified as id="post-123" can be hidden with:

 

#post-123  h1.entry-title {

    display: none;

}

 

Titles can be hidden for an entire post type. For example, if you have created a "videos" post type, you can use

 

.type-video h1.entry-title {

    display:none;

}

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Danny    1,327
Danny

Unfortunately, the only way to hide specific title's of pages is to use CSS, like dennistoun suggested above.

 

In order to do this, you will need to inspect the page you wish to hide the title on using FireBug or your browsers built-in web developer tools. When you inspect the page, view the <body> tag, where there are a number of classes, one of these classes will look similar to this:

 

page-id-X

Where X is, there will be a numeric value, this value is your pages ID.

 

For Example:

 

Lets say you wish to hide the title on one of your pages and when you inspect the body tag, it has page-id-123. You can use this, in your code, like so:

 

 

.page-id-123 .entry-title { display: none; }

You can also do this on your Home page and Blog page. However, these are considered special pages and therefore, are given a unique class.

 

For your home page you can either use the page-id-X class or simply use the .home class, the same can be done for your blog page, which is given the .blog class.

 

 

.home .entry-title { display: none; }
.blog .entry-title { display: none; }

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