Home Support Blog Way Plus Different Titles on Each Page

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  • #3849

    CJNuttal
    Participant

    Hello,

    I purchased Blog Way Plus through envatomarket….I have the code if you need it to answer my Q

    Currently, the homepage title (the one in all caps with a smaller title under it) shows up on every single page. How can I have a different title for other pages?

    • This topic was modified 4 months ago by  CJNuttal.
    #3854

    CJNuttal
    Participant

    I think what I am actually trying to say is that I would like each page I create to have different header text and/or be able to use a plugin to place content in the page header location.

    Furthermore, I tried the CSS code (provided in another help blog) to rid individual pages of the title (such as Contact, etc) that shows up below the site title but nothing happened. How can I also get rid of each page’s title?

    .home header.entry-header {
    display: none;
    }

    Thanks,

    #3858

    Promenade Themes
    Keymaster

    Hi @cjnuttal,

    By Homepage title probably you mean this section https://prnt.sc/j7o9fp

    Please note that this is not home page title but it is Site title and tagline. Site title and tagline remain same for all page.

    So there is no option to change it as per page changes.

    Second, By this question ‘How can I also get rid of each page’s title?’ do you mean you want to hide title shown here https://prnt.sc/j7oahx

    If yes, you can use following CSS

    .page .entry-header h1.entry-title {
        display: none;
    }

    Please let us know if there is anything else we can help.

    Thank you.

    #3871

    CJNuttal
    Participant

    1. Yes, the Site Title and tagline was what I meant. Is it possible to place a different logo (in lieu of the Site Title and Tagline) on a per page bases?
    Is the option of using different site title and tagline’s on a per page bases a feature on any of your themes?

    2. Yes, the code to hide that is exactly what I was looking for.

    Great job deciphering my posts by the way!

    Thanks,
    C

    #3872

    CJNuttal
    Participant

    So I found out that I can just change the Page Attributes to ++Page Builder Full Width – Blank which removes the theme but I want to keep my header menu bar as well as my foot.

    How can I transfer the Blog Way Plus Header/Footer to a blank page?

    Thank You,
    C

    • This reply was modified 4 months ago by  CJNuttal.
    #3877

    Promenade Themes
    Keymaster

    Hi @cjnuttal,

    Please find the answer to your questions below:

    Q: Is the option of using different site title and tagline’s on a per page bases a feature on any of your themes?

    A: We don’t have blog theme but you can check this theme https://promenadethemes.com/demo/super-construction/

    Q: How can I transfer the Blog Way Plus Header/Footer to a blank page?

    A: You can assign a Full-Width Page template to the page you want to be full width like this https://prnt.sc/j84xsp

    Thank you.

    #3880

    CJNuttal
    Participant

    The only issue to setting the Page Attributes to “Full Width” is that the Site Title and Tagline still show up on every page.

    Is there a specific code/css language that I could input into a blank page that would create a page with the blog way plus header & footer?

    #3891

    Promenade Themes
    Keymaster

    Hi @cjnuttal,

    Please go to Appearance >> Customize >> Additional CSS and add following CSS to hide title and tagline on full-width templates

    .page-template-page-fullwidth .site-branding {
        display: none;
    }
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