[Resolved] Having Control Over Heading 1

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  • #1045511
    Maarten

    Dear support,

    I am looking for a way to remove the H1 heading from the source code and a way to split it up.
    I like to create a different Heading 1 above my content than the Title tag that Yoast SEO creates.

    It would be very good if I could remove the (sync) between Title tag and H1 using a function while
    still keeping the class for all the Customizer CSS edits.

    Then I would be able to just enter a H! above my blogpost and use different
    words there than in my Title tag created by Yoast SEO.

    Any idea how I could safely implement this without getting errors in
    the code from GeneratePress?

    Regards

    #1045525
    David
    Staff

    Hi there,

    you can use the Layout Element to disable the title across the entire site.
    Then just add the Heading H1 to your content.

    #1048148
    Maarten

    Hi David, Thanks for the reply. So I must activate the part of Elements in the GP Premium Options right?

    I always try to have less options active as then my CSS is as small as possible and the site will then be faster of course.
    That is why I liked to know if I can use some Function to omit Heading 1 on the whole site and manually enter them in.

    But then there could be a problem if I omit the whole Heading 1 that if I manually add Heading 1 the styles in Customizer might not work as the class might be missing then and ripped out.

    But if what I like I still should use Element module than I will. I normally do all my edits in my own Functions plugin, that’s why I ask it.

    But thanks for letting me know that it is at least possible to have controle over Heading 1 and Tile tag especially now that Google’s John Mueller has said that Headings are not so important.

    I think they are important to split up long form content but do like to use a other words in the Heading on top of my content than what the Title says in Google.

    Hope this helps.

    #1048281
    David
    Staff

    Enabling the Elements Module adds no overhead to the site.
    You can also manually disable the Title in the post editor using the Disable Elements Meta Box ( with Gutenberg you have a handy shortcut of the eye icon beside the post title ) its built into the free theme. Elements is just accessing that function.

    #1050165
    Maarten

    Thanks David, I never used the elements feature so I need to study that use of that much more if that does not make the speed of the page any slower.

    Thanks again. Hope it also works for classic editor : )

    #1050401
    David
    Staff

    As long as the Title is output by the theme and not in your content it will remove it. You’re welcome.

    #1051565
    Maarten

    Thanks !

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