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My Blog section of my site is pulling what I assume is the SITE TITLE as H1 vs the blog post title. Does anyone know how to fix this for old posts and for it to be fixed for new posts moving forward?

Here is an example - https://www.goatconsulting.com/blog/how-to-set-up-an-amazon-merchant-fulfilled-shipping-template 

Attached an image for reference.

Any assistance would be greatly appreciated.

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24 minutes ago, reedmthompson said:

My Blog section of my site is pulling what I assume is the SITE TITLE as H1 vs the blog post title. Does anyone know how to fix this for old posts and for it to be fixed for new posts moving forward?

This is a feature of sites built on the older Bedford family templates on Squarespace 7.0. It is like this throughout the site, not just blogs, but it shouldn't cause any issues

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