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Hide Photo Titles

Forgive me if this has been answered correctly already. I have searched through all the ‘Support’ sections for the WordPress theme ‘Snapshot.’

How can I outright hide the title text that appears on top of the slider and also appears when you mouseover the post links below?

I would no post this without having tried many different things, including altering the css.

Thank You So Much,

Brian

URL: http://hashtagnewburgh.com

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  1. 4 years, 2 months ago Andrew Misplon Hi, I Work Here

    Hi Brian

    Insert the following into Appearance > Custom CSS for Snapshot Premium or your own Custom CSS plugin/module with Snapshot Free.

    No worries, this hasn’t been asked. Thanks for checking.

    /* Snapshot Home Slider Hide Titles */
    
    #home-slider .post-titles { display: none; }
    

    Not sure re: the images below. This would hide the entire overlay:

    .home #post-loop .post-content { display: none; }
    

    Or this would hide just the title:

    .home #post-loop .post-content h2 { display: none; }
    
  2. 3 years, 9 months ago Mike Carnevale

    Do we need to have the premium to do this? Do I need to go to the editor itself to add this? Thanks!

  3. 3 years, 9 months ago Mike Carnevale

    I went into the style.css file and found the home slider section but didnt seem that it stopped displaying the title hmm.

  4. 3 years, 9 months ago James

    use (simple custom css) plugin to add your own additional css changes

  5. 3 years, 9 months ago Mike Carnevale

    Thats cool but isnt it just going to bring me into the same spot as my edit of the CSS file? Hmmmm. I will install the plugin and look. Thanks for the reply.

  6. 3 years, 9 months ago James

    if you edit directly over the theme style.css when you update the theme the css file will be overwritten so any changes made will be lost, so using a custom css prevents this from happening plus you can easily manage the changes you make with out having to scroll through all the file.

  7. 3 years, 9 months ago Mike Carnevale

    Thanks again! I should be able to add a logo doing this also hmmm…. thanks.

  8. 3 years, 9 months ago Mike Carnevale

    Thank you! Adding the code into the CSS editor worked.

    • 3 years, 9 months ago Andrew Misplon Hi, I Work Here

      Hey Mike

      There is no Appearance > Custom CSS in Vantage Free but you can use a plugin like Jetpack Custom CSS. As James mentioned, it’s important to not directly edit theme files via Appearance > Editor as those changes will be lost during theme update.

      If you need a hand further, please open a new support thread:

      Page: New Thread

      Thanks

      Thanks for the help James.

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