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Removing titles/words 'archivi: categoria'

  1. I would like to remove the words 'archivi : categoria & name of category', that appears in my page (category) battiti, and that also appears when i select something in my secondary menu (ex. When i select 'primi')

    For the moment i have used:
    .type-page .entry-title {
    display: none;
    To remove the name of the page. I am happy with this, but i would like also to remove the other titles

    The blog I need help with is

  2. CSS questions must be posted in the CSS forum.

  3. Are you wanting to remove all of the page-titles on your blog?

  4. Yes!

  5. I have categories titles!

  6. Okay, try pasting the below CSS command into your CSS Stylesheet Editor:

    .page-title {
    display: none;

    That should remove all of the remaining page-titles on your blog. If it doesn't work let me know and I'll keep working on a solution. Likewise, if you have any more problems or questions feel free to ask. I'm happy to help.

  7. Ok. It works perfectly!
    I am using only what you wrote. It erase titles that refers to categories.

    Now i have a very little problem: i would like to remove titles on just 2 specific pages. If you go on page 'ricette', or page'le basi', you can see that i still have a title. I want to remove titles only from these pages.

    I am display other pages where i am happy with titles. For example i want to mantain title of this page

    Do you think is possible?


  8. Yes it's possible, Chiara, but CSS questions must be posted in the CSS forum, so that they will also be available to others looking for the same answers.

  9. @Panos,
    Please will you tag modlook and note that a thread should be moved? I can find those threads much more efficiently than trying to close duplicate threads.
    :-) or :-(

  10. @Tess: I prefer informing new users on how to use the forums.
    Guess I can combine the two...

  11. Thank you then. tt manages both. I would much appreciate that bit of ~~
    best wishes…

  12. Chiara,

    I'm not sure if this will work or not, I'm still new to CSS and coding myself, but try copying and pasting these commands into your CSS Stylesheet Editor:

    For "Le basi"-

    #post-432 .entry-title {
    display: none;

    For "ricette"-

    #post-1 .entry-title {
    display: none;

    If these commands don't work, then let me know and I'll make a second attempt at solving the problem. If they do work, then let me know that as well; it will be nice to hear I've found the proper the CSS formula. And please feel free to post any more questions or problems you have; I would be happy to at least attempt answering or solving them.

    - A.R.C.

  13. IT'S WORKING!!!!

    I am so happy now! Thank you...
    I tried to solve on my own... But it was for me impossible.

    I have 2 other big big issues that i have to solve. I don't know if they can be solved!

    I put them in the css section.


    An here

    I think it's quite impossible!
    But it would change completly the aspect of my page 'ricette'


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