removing the page title from the actual page itself

  • Author
  • #947831


    I am using the FOREVER theme. I have several pages on my homepage. When I click on each page the page title appears on the page with the information. It is very redundant and I want to remove the page title from the actual page itself and just keep it in the header. Example – Don’t want the “Contact Me” page to also say “Contact Me” when you click on it.
    Blog url:

    The blog I need help with is



    I have flagged this thread so it’s moved to the CSS Forum where you can get CSS editing help.


    The URL that you referenced leads to a Google 404 not found error page. We need the URL for the site you are talking about please.


    The URL doesn’t work because it has a domain mapped, but the domain settings are not setup with the right name servers in order to make them work on To fix, you need to go to the registrar where the domain was originally purchased and update the name servers to NS1.WORDPRESS.COM and NS2.WORDPRESS.COM. The domain mapping for your blog will start working again as long as your domain mapping upgrade is up to date.

    Regarding your question about CSS, this will remove the titles from pages in the Forever theme:

    .page #content .entry-header {
    	display: none;
    #main {
    	padding-top: 0;

The topic ‘removing the page title from the actual page itself’ is closed to new replies.