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I'm trying to hide my blog post titles on my single post pages but not on the blog page (where all posts are listed).

Here is the code I use for that:

.single-post .entry-header .page-title {
    font-size: 0;

But even though I specify that it should only happen on single post pages, it still shows on the general blog page.

See here: http://yemoonyah.com/blog

How can I fix that?




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Hi Yamile
Please, you can try with

.single-post .entry-header .page-title {
    display: none;

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Hi @batman,

thanks for the help but your code has the same effect. It still hides the title on the single post page and the general blog page where all posts are listed.

I need to just hide it on the single post page but NOT the general blog page.



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Hi @yemoonyah,

give this a try

.single .single-post .entry-header .page-title {
    display: none;


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