Do you want to hide the title of a widget on your WordPress site? WordPress has a tool to make it easy to drag and drop dynamic content into your theme to create unique layouts. However, if you need to hide the title it previously required knowledge of HTML and CSS. In this guide, we’ll show you how to easily hide the widget title in WordPress without any code.
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For this guide we will be using the Widget Options plugin you can find below:
With the plugin installed and activated you should now be able to go under Appearance, Widgets in your admin area. Under each widget, there should be additional tabs in each widget and under the cog icon, you will find the setting to hide widget titles.
Now, as long as you save the settings you should no longer see the widget titles on your site for the ones you’ve hidden.
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