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  • #67112

    If you look at this page http://1stattack.com/category/fast-attack-trucks-built/ as an example. I would like the title to say Fast Attack Trucks Built without category archives and be easier to read.

    I would like to have static text at the top of the category pages to explain what is on the page.

    In the category url I would like to remove the word category.

    #67119

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    You can add the following css in “Appearance => Theme Options => Custom CSS” box:

    .page-title { visibility:hidden; }
    .page-title span { visibility:visible; float: left; }

    Then to remove the category in url, you can use plugin like Yoast SEO and go to “SEO => Advanced => Permalinks” and then click on “Strip the category base (usually /category/) from the category URL.” and save it.

    #67279

    Is there any way to remove the category in the url another way? I already have a different SEO plugin installed.

    #67282

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    try searching for plugin like no category base.

    #67283

    I used the plugin in Remove Category URL and so far it is working great. Is there anyway to add static text to the top of category pages?

    #67396

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    For that you need to build child theme and then copy content.php file and edit the text there.

    #67419

    I have already created a child theme. What text do I need to edit?

    #67420

    Sakin
    Keymaster

    then copy content.php file to your child theme and edit whatever you like there.

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