Removing Header title and tagline from specific pages

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    seanerin72
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    Hello… As I set up my site, I realize that I may not necessarily want my header title and tagline to appear on page specific headers such as the following: http://www.blackboarddreams.com/category/humancondition/

    Is there a way to remove the header title and tagline from specific pages?  Thank you.

    Sean

    #11786

    David Decker
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    You could easily do that via CSS rules, applied to your child theme’s style.css file.

    Genesis & WordPress apply lots of Body Classes to every page, post, category and so on. You could easily use them for specific styling!

    For your example category you mentioned it would be this:
    .category-humancondition #title-area { display: none; }

    For a special page this would be something like that:
    .page-id-IDnumber #title-area { display: none; }
    –> where “IDnumber” is the actual page ID, for example “21″ — .page-id-21


    #11787

    David Decker
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    Post count: 93

    …and the Body Class you could get easily with browser inspect tools like “Firebug” for Chrome & Firefox, just look for the classes applied to the tag.


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    seanerin72
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    Thank you David!  That was very helpful.

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