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H1 header same as meta title
  • Hello,

    The H1 header of every page and post are the same as the meta title of that page or post. How can i change it so the H1 header of the page/post is based on the filled in title of the page/post?

    Kind regards,
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  • Alright thanks. Youre right, the problem was in the wordpress seo plugin i used. :)
  • If someone has the same problem when using the wordpress seo plugin from yoast, you could use the following code in header.php:

            if( ! is_404() ){
                $slider = false;
                if( get_post_type()=='page' ) $slider = get_post_meta( get_the_ID(), 'mfn-post-slider', true );
                if( $slider ){
                    // Revolution Slider
                    echo '<div id="slider">';
                        putRevSlider( $slider );
                    echo '</div>';
                } else {
                    // Page title
                    echo '<div id="Subheader">';
                        echo '<div class="container">';
                            echo '<div class="sixteen columns">';
                                echo '<h1>';
                                echo ''. trim( the_title() ) .'';
                                echo '</h1>';
                            echo '</div>';
                        echo '</div>';
                    echo '</div>';
  • Thank you - this was very helpful!
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  • thank you for this! super helpful.