Minimum theme – remove tagline from just one page

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    wyattwerner
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    I have the tagline bar linking to a Contact page, but I don’t want the bar to show up on the contact page itself.  I’d like to remove the tagline bar on just one page.

    Actually, ideally I’d like to leave the tagline bar, and just get rid of the button in the tagline bar on that page.  I’d think I could just create a new page template, but I’m not well-versed enough in the guts of Genesis to feel comfortable doing it on my own.  Are there any other fixes to this, perhaps an “exclude in post X” type of solution?

    Thanks in advance!

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    #38674

    Devesh
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    From what I understand, you’re trying to remove the tagline from the contact page.

    To achieve that, add the following code to your stylesheet (style.css).

    `.page-id-11 #page-title {display:none;} `


    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by  Devesh.
    • This reply was modified 1 year, 6 months ago by  Devesh.
    #38836

    wyattwerner
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    Beautiful! I’m no CSS wiz, so this is a big help.  Just for posterity, I used this code to get the button to disappear while still keeping the rest of the page title.

    `.page-id-11 a.page-title-button {
    display:none;
    }`

    #40328

    Gina
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    I see that you can remove the copy but is there a way to specify the copy for each page? I want to change “From the Blog” etc.

    Also, how can I make the font smaller?

    thanks!

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