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Site URL: https://www.alexandrabrigham.me/writing-1/category/Poems

I would like to remove the Blog Category Page titles from each page. As you can see on this page, the category title is floating fixed on the page, obscuring the content. For reference, this is not a page that I built manually, but it is a blog category page which is accessed by clicking on the link item in the primary navigation. I am not well-versed in code but can handle CSS if I have a guide to follow. I appreciate any responses!

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Hello 👋

It's called the Bloglist Filter and you should be able to hide it by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS:

.BlogList-filter {
  display: none;
}

I hope this helps.

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3 minutes ago, paul2009 said:

Hello 👋

It's called the Bloglist Filter and you should be able to hide it by adding the following to Design > Custom CSS:

.BlogList-filter {
  display: none;
}

I hope this helps.

If this (or any post) helps, please click "Like"  ⬇️

Paul - thank you, that worked! 

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