I have a problem with Home Page title

This is more of an SEO question than a WordPress one… Changes won’t happen until after Google re-crawls your site – that is, the next time a googlebot visits your site and updates their information about your site. Wait for the next time they do. The rate/timing for the next googlebot crawl varies by site

reformat entry-title with two different styles

ok found out – added this to my content-page.php maybe not nice, but works for now… <?php $pieces = explode(‘:’, the_title( ”, ”, false ), 2 ); if (2 == count($pieces)) : ?> <h1 class=”entry-title”><span><span style=”font-size: 24px;”><?php print $pieces[0]; ?>: </span><span><?php print $pieces[1]; ?></span></span></h1> <?php else : ?> <h1 class=”entry-title”><?php the_title(); ?></h1> <?php endif; ?>

Change Bookmark Name without Changing TITLE Tag [closed]

No, title tags are the way you set your default titles when bookmarking. It’s entirely up to the user whether they want to change it from that default. Sidenote: This question is also more appropriate for StackOverflow as it doesn’t directly relate to WordPress (WordPress Answers is solely for WordPress-related questions). 🙂

Remove post title in catogory page

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 … Read more

How to add … after a particular word/character limit to the title

the_title() prints/retrieve the title while get_the_title() retrieve the title. So your code should be something like this. <div class=”case-breaking__content”> <p> <?php $out = strlen(get_the_title()) > 50 ? substr(get_the_title(),0,50).”…” : get_the_title(); echo $out; ?> </p> </div> Note you can use the_title() but it is not recommended here to keep the code clean. <div class=”case-breaking__content”> <p> <?php … Read more