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I'm hoping someone can give me some CSS/PHP guidance on a problem I'm having with Centric Pro.
The site I'm designing is basic brochureware, with a blog living on a subpage. For some reason, I'm not able to get the page title to show up on the blog page (if you look at the Centric online demo (http://my.studiopress.com/themes/centric/#demo-full) , you can see the same thing on the blog pages - so it's apparently something in the Centric CSS/PHP.
Another oddity: If I set the blog page using "Appearance>Customize>Static Front Page/Blog page" the blog listings look great with headlines and excerpts... but no page title (just as in the Centric demo link above).
If I instead deactivate the static blog page in the Appearance menu and just use the "Blog" template, I DO see the page title area, however all of the post titles are removed from the posts. Weird. If I could make this setup work, but with post titles visible, that would be a great solution too.
Anyone have any ideas? For the time being, my testing page is at http://184.108.40.206/~cognitiveconsulthttp://220.127.116.11/~cognitiveconsult
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