Configuring the Page Title

Updated on January 2, 2019

The Page Title is the name or heading of a page. It explains the entire concept which is described in the page content. It is also very important for search engines because a title helps users find your website easily.

In this article, you will find some information about enabling or disabling the page title, as well as configuring its design and typography.


Enabling or Disabling the Page Title

By default, page titles are enabled on all the pages and blog posts. It is possible to disable the page titles globally or only for specific pages and blog posts.

To enable or disable the page title globally:

1Go to Theme Options > Page Title.

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2Enable or disable the Display Page Title option according to your needs.

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3Click on Save Settings.

To enable or disable the page title for a specific page:

1Edit or create a new page.
2Under the Jupiter Page Options section, select Remove Page Title to remove it in Manage Page Elements setting, or set it to the Select option to enable it according to your needs.

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3Update or Publish the page.

Configuring Page Title

The Page Title options let you configure the visibility of the page title and the alignment. Also, Jupiter lets you set the custom page title and page heading subtitle.

To add or change the page title:

1Edit or Create a new page.
2Add or change the current page title.
3There are some options regarding the page title in the Jupiter Page Options section. Configure your page title settings according to your needs.

Setting Description

Manage Page ElementsSets the page elements visibility. You can disable the page title by selecting the Remove Page Title option.
Page Title AlignSets the page title alignment.
Custom Page TitleSets a custom page title. This option does not effect or change the title which is between tags inside HTML.
Page Heading SubtitleSets the page heading subtitle. The value displays in below the page title.

4Click Update or Publish.

Configuring Page Title for Archive

1Go to Theme Options > Blog > Blog Archive.

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2This page has some options regarding the page title. Configure your page title settings according to your needs.

Setting Description

Archive Page TitleSets the page title for archive
Archive Page SubtitleEnables the page subtitle for archive

3Click on Save Settings.

Configuring Page Title for Search

1Go to Theme Options > Search.

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2This page has some options regarding the page title. Configure your page title settings according to your needs.
Setting Description

Search Page TitleSets the page title for search
Search Page SubtitleEnables the page subtitle for search
3Click on Save Settings.

Configuring Page Title for E-commerce

1Go to Theme Options > Shop > General.

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2This page has some options regarding the page title. Configure your page title settings according to your needs.
Setting Description

Product Category Archive Loop TitleSets the page title for product category archive.
Use Product Category Name As Page TitleSets the page title as a product category name.
Use Product Name As Page TitleSets the page title as a product name.
Single Product Page TitleEnables the page title for single product pages.
3Click Save Settings.

Configuring the Design

There are some options regarding page title configuration and page subtitle design, such as text color, shadow and border color.

To configure the page title design for only a specific page:

1Edit or Create a new page.
2In the Jupiter Styling Options section, enable the Override Global Settings option to display other settings.

There are some options regarding the page title design in the Jupiter Styling Options section. Configure your page title design settings according to your needs.

Setting Description

Page Title ColorSets the page title color.
Page Subtitle ColorSets the page subtitle color.

3Click Update or Publish.

To configure the page title design globally:

1Go to Theme Options > Page Title.

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2This page has some options regarding the page title design. Configure your page title design settings according to your needs.

Setting Description

Page Title ColorSets the page title color.
Text Shadow For Title? Sets the page title shadow. If you enable this option, a 1px gray shadow will appear the in page title.
Page Subtitle Color Sets the page subtitle color.
Page Title Border Bottom ColorSets the page title’s bottom border color.

3Click on Save Settings.


Changing the Height

By default, there is no option to change the Page Title height. As a workaround, you may do this via custom CSS.

To change the page title height:

1From the WordPress left menu, go to Jupiter > Theme Options > Advanced > Custom CSS.
2Paste the following codes:

#mk-page-introduce {
    padding: 15px 0 !important;
}

3Change the 15px value to achieve your desired height.
4Click on Save Settings.

Configuring the Typography

Typography options gives you the power to configure things such as text size, spacing, weight and case in the page title.

To configure the page title typography:

1Go to Theme Options > Page Title.

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2This page has some options regarding the page title typography. Configure your page title typography settings according to your needs.

Setting Description

Page Title SizeSets the page title size. The value must be in pixels.
Page Title Letter SpacingSets the page title spacing between letters. The value must be in pixels.
Page Title WeightSets the page title weight options such as light, normal, bold, bolder etc.
Page Title Text CaseSets the page title case options such as uppercase, lowercase and capitalize.
Show Page TitleSets the page title visibility.
Page Subtitle SizeSets the page subtitle size. The value must be in pixels.
Page Subtitle Text CaseSets the page subtitle case options such as uppercase, lowercase and capitalize.

3Click on Save Settings.

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