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Read all the posts and forums on the internet, but all the solutions didn't work.

My quotation page is here. I try to remove the page title because I already put it under as a quote.So no you see it doubled and we don't want that.

Does anybody know how I can do that, the theme is: Novita.

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First, please don't add _"Help!" to titles. Coming here and asking a question makes it quite obvious that you need help. Also we can read all your information on your profile page, which is the reason that SE/SO doesn't allow signatures. So no need for thanks, etc. About your theme: This would be a thing we need - a link to the theme download. Without it, how should we know? – kaiser Sep 25 '13 at 21:02
Sorry i didnt know that thankyou for the comment Kaiser. This is the link to the template: newwpthemes.com/downloads/?theme=novita – Fabian Belderbos Sep 25 '13 at 22:45
Please always use edit. – kaiser Sep 25 '13 at 22:57

In your page template you can use the conditional statement is_category($category) to determine if the header should show:

 if (!is_category('fun')){ the_title(); }

... OR ...

Better: You can create a category template and not include the_title() in that template file. This is a cleaner way to ensure only that one category page leaves out the page title.

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