How to hide page title?

Hi,

how can i hide the page title for one single document or a single space? Other spaces should not be affected... thanks! New to Confluence, so pls don' blame me if there is already an answer... couldn't find one.

 

Thanks a lot!

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Stephen Deutsch Community Champion Aug 05, 2015

Here is the code to hide the page title (and also the metadata, like who edited the page, since it looks weird all by itself (if you still want it, just include only the first half):

<style>
#title-heading {
   display:none;
}
.page-metadata {
  display:none;
}
</style>

That is HTML code.  CSS code is the code above without the <style> tags.

For a single page, you can insert the HTML code into the HTML macro or insert the CSS code into the CSS Macro (part of the free section of the Content Formatting Plugin from Adaptavist, which is also included in Cloud)

For a space, insert the CSS code into the Custom CSS section.

More information about custom CSS: https://confluence.atlassian.com/display/DOC/Styling+Confluence+with+CSS

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