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Can I hide the page name in Twenty Eleven theme?

  1. Hi,
    Is there any way I can post a page (using the Twenty Eleven theme) without having its name appear at the top of the page?

    The blog I need help with is

  2. Yes. You can have it hidden! In fact, I am pretty sure you can do this for any theme!
    On the editing page, one module has the option of it being password-protected or private.
    If you want to change an existing page:
    Go to "All Posts" and click edit (do bulk actions if there's a bunch of pages), you have the option of doing what I said above, or marking all pages private (hidden).
    Not sure if they still appear in the Pages widget though...

  3. Thanks for the answers :)
    But actually, what I meant was that on the top of each page, the name of the page appears in big black letters (right under the cover photo and the menu), and I wanted to know if there is a way to change it so that the page name won't appear there.

  4. try:

    .entry-title {
    display: none;

  5. @lymetrail: First, byoav doesn't have the Custom Design upgrade. Second, if byoav had the upgrade, your suggestion would remove all the post titles as well.
    The correct answer to the question is in my post on custom menus; unfortunately byoav didn't seem interested in reading it.

  6. Hi, justpi - I've actually read most of the post you've posted here, but couldn't seem to find an answer to the question. After this last message of yours I've read it all, and found the relevant passage.

    I've just tried it, and despite the long space between the menu and the text, it seems to be the best solution for what I was looking for.
    Thanks! :)

    (and sorry again if it seemed I've ignored you're post. I really just couldn't find that passage about the page name)

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