[Support request] Blog page header – variable content

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    Chris

    Hi Tom,

    I have a interesting question for you I think!

    I have a site where I am using the events calendar with the blog header add-on which I have hooked in using the method in the blog-header documentation. This is working beautifully and looks great. I now have one thing I am trying to achieve. The following page which is generated by the events calendar plug-in is upcoming performances:

    http://test.karlanorton.co.nz/wordpress/performances/

    Similarly this page is Past Performances

    http://test.karlanorton.co.nz/wordpress/performances/list/?tribe_paged=1&tribe_event_display=past

    However, I can’t find a way to customise the text in the header for these two autogenerated pages (they do not show in the backend and so the normal options which you can apply to pages or posts do not work – only the blog-header) – at the moment – you will notice it says Upcoming Performances for both pages. Any ideas?

    Thanks
    Chris

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    #290814
    Tom
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    Lead Developer

    Hi Chris,

    That is a tough one.

    One solution I can think of is creating a shortcode that displays the post title for the currently viewed post, then adding that shortcode to the content area in the blog page header.

    However, that would change all titles throughout your site to the title of the page they’re on. Would that work for you?

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