You may have noticed that each page on your WordPress website has a page title, but you may not be sure how to remove it. In this blog post, we’ll take a look at what the page title is and how to get rid of it if you don’t want it. Let’s dive in!
What is the Page Title?
The page title is the text that appears at the top of a web page in most browsers as well as search engine results pages (SERPs). It also appears in bookmarks and links shared on social media platforms. A good page title should accurately describe the contents of a webpage so visitors know what they can expect when they arrive.
How to Get Rid of It
If you don’t want your page titles visible, there are several ways you can go about getting rid of them. The easiest way is to install a plugin such as Yoast SEO or All-in-One SEO Pack. Both plugins allow you to hide/remove page titles with just a few clicks. Another option is to manually edit your theme files and add some custom code that will hide the titles from view. This method requires more technical knowledge than using a plugin, so we recommend using one if possible.
Page titles are important for SEO purposes and help visitors understand what kind of information they can expect from each page on your website. If you don’t want them visible, there are several ways you can go about getting rid of them, including installing an SEO plugin or manually editing your theme files with custom code. We hope this blog post has been helpful in understanding why WordPress includes page titles and how to remove them if necessary!