Why hide the title of a page? If your page title is in a strange place or doesn’t fit well with your design you want to hide it… for example having a “Home” title on your homepage is unnecessary and can even look a little unprofessional…
There’s no built-in button to hide page titles in WordPress, but you still have plenty of options to get it done.
You can Hide/ Remove a Title:
do not enter a Title
use a Theme such as Astra that offers such functionality (Recommended)
use a page builder such as ‘Elementor’ (Recommended)
install a Title Remover plugin such as ‘Remove Title Plugin’, ‘Title Remover’, ‘Hide Page and Post Title’. Please note that installing a plugin is not possible on the free version of WordPress.com – you need a self-hosting WordPress website (i.e. you need a hosting company to host your website for you).
target the post ID with CSS (Recommended). Not possible on the free version of WordPress.com – you need a self-hosting WordPress website to activate CSS customization (i.e. you need a hosting company to host your website for you).
You should always backup your site before adding any custom code or installing a plugin.
You should always avoid simply blanking the title in the backend, as that causes issues for your SEO and permalinks, clutters your backend, and can mess up functions that call on post/page titles like the menu or Recent Posts widget.
Please note that either an H1 heading or an HTML title element is necessary to avoid being penalized by search engines. If you decide to hide the title, you should consider installing an SEO plugin and making sure the “SEO title” or ”HTML title” element is set on every page.
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