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I’ve been reading up on how to create “update safe” template overrides. Seems straightforward.
I’d prefer to remove the contact name from the page header since it is redundant (see graphic). I could definitely be missing something, but is doesn’t appear the block of code that sets the header is found in the individual templates?
I thought I could perhaps set display to :none, but that of course would hide the header on all pages on the site:
<header class="entry-header"> <h1 class="entry-title">Jim Lacy » Campus Geospatial Contacts</h1> </header><!-- .entry-header -->
Is there a reasonable way to edit that header without hacking the core code?
This is actually done for SEO purposes, but it can be turned off easily. Here’s how…
Go to the Connections : Settings admin page.
Click the SEO tab.
Uncheck the Page Title option.
Save the changes.
That’s it! Hope that helps!
Ugh, I’m a little embarrassed I didn’t find that myself. Exactly what I needed, thanks!
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