Hello, I am trying to change the way the Minimum theme displays the page titles. I want to get rid of the subscribe button and the tagline it uses on various pages i.e. From The Blog , etc. I simply want to title of each page there. I can't seem to figure out exactly how to do this. Thanks in advnace
Sorry - I had a solution for you, but the code snippet didn't work...
If anyone could figure this out I would be grateful, I'm pretty sure it's got something to do with fetching the page ID and placing it there but I don't know the correct code to do this. Brian seems to do this on his personal blog that uses the minimum theme as well if that helps. http://www.briangardner.com/blog/
I have the answer, but it wouldn't let me put in a snippet of code here in the forum!
It's in your page-title.php file. Remove this:
<a class="page-title-button" href="#">' . __( 'Subscribe Now', 'minimum' ) . '</a>
Yay - why did that work? Anyway, that's what you need to remove to remove the subscribe now button
You can also find reference to the tagline in the page-title.php
I figured out how to get rid of the button before all this, but thanks for the info. I was trying to change what appears to the left and I did it with this line of code "<p><h1>' . esc_html( get_the_title() ) . '</h1></p>"
What I'm left trying to figure out now is how to change how big the h1 font appears on pages. Also now the page title appears in the what used to be subscribe now header area and below where the page begins. You can see it here http://www.themusclementor.com/contact/
By the way thank you for your help
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