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Page title wrapper

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    first of all thank you for this great template.
    I would like to know if it’s possible to show page title in the same position and style as Contact and Business page.
    I mean, the page titles on the default page template appear to be being represented as part of an “entry title” as an <h2>.
    But on the Contact Page template or Business Page template, it displays the site title in a wrapper “page-title”. I have been trying to get that wrapper to display for all the pages’ titles.

    I hope I’ve explained correctly what I mean.

    Thank you for help.


    Hi sabrina_it. Please try this css code. In the dashboard, go to Appearance->Theme Options->Design Options Tab->Custom CSS. It wraps the page title on the default page template.
    .page-title-wrap, .entry-title {
    background-color: #F9F9F9;
    border-bottom: 1px solid #EAEAEA;
    padding: 20px 0;


    Thank you for your answer!
    I’ve tried to use css code, but the result is not exactly what I mean.
    You can find website at
    The title of page Sample Page (default template) is the result of your additional css code, but it’s different from Contact Page title.
    I would like pages’title to appear in the same position as Contact Page template or Business Page template.
    Thank you for attention.

    Sanjip Shah

    @sabrina_it There is similar discussion in this thread Please refer to this and see if this helps.


    Help! After I activated Attitude Pro, the background padding on my header expanded.
    A white line above the menu appeared.
    And, what I guess is the Title area, a band of dark appeared.

    How do I change all that and have it appear as I want it on all my pages?


    Hi Jude,

    Regarding to your site please us below custom CSS code to reduce the header space. You can find the custom css option via Appearance > Customize > Design Options > Custom CSS

    .hgroup-wrap {
        padding-top: 0;
        padding-bottom: 0;
    #site-logo {
        margin-top: 0 !important;

    Thank you!

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