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Title in news

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  • #20361
    alecuervo
    Member

    i would put a title on HOME entries, such as “Latest News” … chances are it? If there are no possibilities to do with the theme, would I might indicate that this file should I edit?
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    Tks!

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  • #20369
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    Hello,

    So, in your homepage layout from the Builder, you’re wanting to display a title before the “post grid” element?

    One idea would be to just add a “headline” element in your custom layout before the “post grid” element? Does that make sense? Would that work?

    #20377
    alecuervo
    Member

    Perfect . I could do as I suggested .
    But how do I get the title appears inside the white box on the latest news?
    The two elements are in the primary area , but do not appear in the same box when I preview the homepage.

    #20385
    Jason Bobich
    Keymaster

    The white box is a design around the post grid, itself; so this would be your expected result, with the headline element, obviously displaying separately.

    There’s no theme feature to get a title to display within there, and so this will be a code customization you’d need to make. In order to make code customizations, you’ll need to have a child theme active.

    http://vimeo.com/70832266

    http://dev.themeblvd.com/tutorial/switching-to-a-child-theme-after-youve-already-started-building-your-website/

    From your child theme’s functions.php, you could utilize the “themeblvd_post_grid_before_loop” action hook to output some title. That’s one possibility.

    For example:

    function my_post_grid_title() 
    	echo '<h3>Latest News</h3>';
    }
    add_action('themeblvd_post_grid_before_loop', 'my_post_grid_title');
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