Let’s be honest. WordPress is a great platform, but since it was originally designed for blogs, not all of it’s “features” translate well into business websites. One of the most glaring examples of this is the WordPress title. Every page and post has a title, and in many cases, having a big old title at the top of your page might look awkward. There might be other cases (business landing pages, WordPress apps, SaaS solutions) where having a title on a page — ie. a Home Page — is simply jarring. Luckily, there are a few options you have to removing the page title from your WordPress website. This can apply, whether you are looking to remove the title of one page or to remove the title of all WordPress pages. Removing all titles versus some have slightly different solutions, but both are fairly easy to do! Options discussed: Low Effort: Simply don’t enter the title on WordPress Technically speaking, you can simply not enter the title of your WordPress page, but you have probably already tried this on your site if you are looking here and know the issues. If we know anything from life, low effort/risk = low reward, so there are a few usability issues that arise from doing this. The problem
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