How To Hide Or Remove WordPress Page And Post Titles With CSS

WordPressHow to hide or remove WordPres page and post titles (without actually changing them)  from a single page or post, using simple CSS.

There are many reasons to hide a page or post title on WordPress, titles can often get in the way for WordPress websites which operate outside the blogophere, meaning websites which operate as more than “just a  blog”.

Removing the actual title from a page or post, is not what we have in mind. Though removing the title altogether is an easy solution, your title could show up as a blank line on archive pages and lists.

[Note]Information Needed: Your Page/Post ID and TitleLocating WordPress Page And Post IDs[/Note]

Hide Page Titles

Copy and paste Copy and paste the CSS snippets below into your style.css or custom.css file.
[Normal_Box]

.page-id-0000  .entry-title {display: none;}

[/Normal_Box]

Hide Posts Titles

Copy and paste Copy and paste the CSS snippets below into your style.css or custom.css file.
[Normal_Box]

#post-0000 .entry-title {display: none;}

[/Normal_Box]
[Note]Tip: Center WordPress page/post titles using HTML: <center>Title</center>[/Note]


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