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Using Genesis 2.0 and I'd like to remove the page-title on the home page using functions.php - is there a hook or filter to do this.
I assume you're using a static page as your front page in the reading settings? If so, use this code:
Thanks for the input Brad - unfortunately, this doesn't work - page title still shows up.
Indeed, I'm using a static front page at the moment - what kind of difference does it make as to removing the page title?
Please allow me another question - when using a custom home page in most examples I've seen people create half a dozen widget areas - although this is very flexible I personally believe that this is not very user friendly - a user can easily get lost in all those widget areas in the backend - what's more, there's no wysiwyg available for the widget areas.
What I was wondering is whether I could a plain page that does not use any template but still offers the wysiwyg area and basically import the content it into the dynamic front page using a short code for instance - this would allow me to still show some latest news after the content and would give the user/client a user-friendly UI to edit the content?
Yes that can be done. Not sure why the code didn't work as i tested it on a static home page with title and it worked.
You could use CSS to remove the title.
Or simply remove it from the page.
this worked to remove the title: remove_action('genesis_entry_header', 'genesis_do_post_title');
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