I'm making a website with the Primer theme, and it includes a big bar with the title in huge letters across every page. I prefer the titles be in the body of the post, so I want to delete the title bar altogether.

However, inserts that have been suggested on here like

.page_header {
display: none !important;

don't work at all when I input them into "Additional CSS". What am I doing wrong? Keep in mind, when you answer, that I'm a complete novice.

  • More than likely there's an option in the customizer somewhere to hide the page title. Check with the theme developers if you have trouble finding it.
    – mrben522
    Feb 28, 2019 at 14:24
  • No, there isn't any way to do it with the regular tools. Feb 28, 2019 at 21:14

2 Answers 2


Simply you can remove the title tag or you can comment also

<?php //the_title(); ?>

I figured it out manually: It turns out the code I was given didn't specify what part needed to be changed. In the theme I'm using, the title is in page-title-container rather than page_header and it worked just fine once I made that change. Thank you for your help!

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