Learn how to remove the title of a Genesis Framework entry in this tutorial by using a few lines of CSS.
If you want to hide the title of a particular post you can easily do it with code.
Snippet to remove the title in Genesis entries
Add the following fragment at the end of style.css:
In this case, you’re hiding the title of the post with ID 1.
How do you find out the ID of a post?
You have 2 options:
- Go to edit the post and examine the url. In this case, you will see something like this:
The ID is the number right after post=, in other words, 1.
- Use the web browser’s inspector. In most browsers you can right-click to display the “Inspect” option.
There is also usually a keyboard shortcut similar to: Cmd + Alt + I.
When the inspector opens you will see many lines of code, but in this case you are only interested in the body:
Inside the body tag you will see different classes. One of them starts with postid- followed by a number. That’s the ID.
With a few lines of CSS code you can remove the title of the entry you want in Genesis Framework.
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