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Am struggling to get the below to work.

I just want to display the get_post_meta 'title_override_text' if it contains any value otherwise just display the standard title (already catered for in functions.php).

<?php $h1override = get_post_meta($id, "title_override_text", true); ?>
<?php if (!empty($h1override)) { ?>
    <h1><span><?php title_text(); ?></span></h1>
<?php } else { ?>
    <h1><span><?php title_override_text(); ?></span></h1>
<?php } ?>

It correctly displays 'title_override_text' if there is a value but when the field is empty, it doesn't display anything at all (i.e not 'title_text').

How can I display 'title_override_text' if it contains any value (it is a text field)?

Is there a better way of doing this like using (for example):-

if(get_post_meta($id, "page_title_override_text", true) == ""
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    Shurely it should be if (empty($h1override)) rather than if (!empty...? – bonger Dec 31 '14 at 15:05
  • @bonger I tried that as well but it had no effect. I actually managed to achieve what I was trying to do a better way - will post it as an answer as soon as I can... – zigojacko Jan 2 '15 at 9:15
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I actually managed to achieve what I needed to do in the end by using the below:-

<?php if(get_post_meta($id, "h1_title_override", true) !== '') { ?>
    <h1><?php title_override_text(); ?></h1>
<?php } else { ?>
    <h1><?php title_text(); ?></h1>
<?php } ?>

With the necessary functions in place of course...

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