Is it possible to place the Post Header section in a different section from the rest of the Posts section?

Paul Cutcliffe
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Paul Cutcliffe posted this 12 September 2016

I'm trying to build a WordPress theme very similar to an existing website.

This other site has a coloured bar across the top of the content part of all pages other than the home page, just below the common header section. Inside this coloured bar are the page or post title and Breadcrumbs.

In Themler/WordPress, the page or post title is contained within the Post Header section, which I can't seem to break away from the rest of the Posts section, which means it can only be displayed in the main content section, not the coloured bar above it.

Is there any way I can do what I'm trying to do? Can I place a Posts Header section somewhere else, and remove it from the main Posts section?

Thanks.

I'm trying to build a WordPress theme very similar to an existing website. This other site has a coloured bar across the top of the content part of all pages other than the home page, just below the common header section. Inside this coloured bar are the page or post title and Breadcrumbs. In Themler/WordPress, the page or post title is contained within the Post Header section, which I can't seem to break away from the rest of the Posts section, which means it can only be displayed in the main content section, not the coloured bar above it. Is there any way I can do what I'm trying to do? Can I place a Posts Header section somewhere else, and remove it from the main Posts section? Thanks.
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Support Team
Support Team posted this 12 September 2016

Hello,

In fact, it is possible, to move Post Header, for this just select it and drag-and-drop to any other location within Posts. As for Page title - this control can be put to any location on page. Please let us know if there are any issues with this.

Sincerely,
Nettie,
BillionDigital Team

Hello, In fact, it is possible, to move Post Header, for this just select it and drag-and-drop to any other location within Posts. As for Page title - this control can be put to any location on page. Please let us know if there are any issues with this. Sincerely, Nettie, BillionDigital Team
Paul Cutcliffe
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Paul Cutcliffe posted this 12 September 2016

I don't think your first point helps me, as I need to move the Post Header away from the rest of the Posts section, so it's contained within a different section.

But your second point about the Page Title - isn't that part of the Post Header? Or maybe the Post Header is just a handy way of manipulating the Posts section as one unit?

I've now placed a Page Title in the other section, and this appears to do what I want.

Presumably I can simply remove the Page Title from the Post Header, or maybe just remove the Post Header altogether?

Thanks.

I don't think your first point helps me, as I need to move the Post Header away from the rest of the Posts section, so it's contained within a different section. But your second point about the Page Title - isn't that part of the Post Header? Or maybe the Post Header is just a handy way of manipulating the Posts section as one unit? I've now placed a Page Title in the other section, and this appears to do what I want. Presumably I can simply remove the Page Title from the Post Header, or maybe just remove the Post Header altogether? Thanks.
Support Team
Support Team posted this 13 September 2016

Hello,

Page Title is not the part of the Post Header, it is an independent control. For example a blog page can be called Blog (Page Title) and have post like Post 1, Post 2 (that appear as Posts, Post1 and Post 2 are a Post Header controls). Page title can also be present for pages with no posts at all. So these controls are not interchangeable. If a page contains a single post, the Post Header and Page Title will be the same, so on Post template you can leave any of them.

Sincerely,
Nettie,
BillionDigital Team

Hello, Page Title is not the part of the Post Header, it is an independent control. For example a blog page can be called Blog (Page Title) and have post like Post 1, Post 2 (that appear as Posts, Post1 and Post 2 are a Post Header controls). Page title can also be present for pages with no posts at all. So these controls are not interchangeable. If a page contains a single post, the Post Header and Page Title will be the same, so on Post template you can leave any of them. Sincerely, Nettie, BillionDigital Team
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