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Getting "double title" effect in hosted website

JTVRs
May 4, 2019 7:44 PM
Joined Jun, 2018 385 posts

Getting "double title" effect in hosted website

I get the large title, then a smaller grey one next to it. I have tried to delete a couple things to get rid of it, but not sure what is causing it

For example, top of this page: https://www.jimthorpevacationrentals.com/asa-packer-suite--luxe-3-br

Paul W
May 9, 2019 9:14 AM
OR Team Member Joined Jun, 2009 711 posts

That's caused because of the Property Name and Headline fields. That property page design assumes that the headline will be different that the name. Others have had the same problem. You can use custom CSS on that property page to hide one of them if you don't want it.

This CSS should hide the gray headline part:

.page-header .text-muted { display: none; }

But you only want to put that on the property page, not all pages.

JTVRs
May 11, 2019 11:28 AM
Joined Jun, 2018 385 posts

OK, apparently I didn't get that.

Where exactly do we put this type instruction? .page-header .text-muted { display: none; }

I tried "Edit Page" at bottom on the hosted site and not knowing where to put it, stuck it in the Description but of course that didn't help.

I was looking here:
https://secure.ownerreservations.com/properties/218619/info
https://secure.ownerreservations.com/settings/hostedsites/573926188

Chris Hynes
May 11, 2019 8:53 PM
OR Team Member Joined Oct, 2012 1353 posts

I went ahead and fixed this for you, how's it look now?

JTVRs
May 11, 2019 9:57 PM
Joined Jun, 2018 385 posts

Good, but that was one of nine property pages. The others are the same. I just couldn't figure out where to put that line. Is there a way to directly update stuff like that or the HTML on a hosted website without getting crazy?
Where did you put it?

Paul W
May 15, 2019 1:44 PM
OR Team Member Joined Jun, 2009 711 posts

The fix was dynamic. It checks to see if the headline/name are the same and both exist. If so, it will only do the headline. Property > Descriptions > Headline field.