That confirms it's the breadcrumbs.
Althogh I mentioned coding, I have seen it done with a very quick change to the css. If you add
to the global css, it will not display the section. I can't remember which version(s) of Confluence that works for, but if it doesn't work for you, then you'll need something more recent and clever - start at https://answers.atlassian.com/questions/55093/remove-redundant-breadcrumbs
You can't hide the name of a page in Confluence, it's part of the url.
You could try to remove it from the display screen, which will need some coding, but that's really going to confuse the users, as they won't know where they are. Not recommended!
Oh, do you mean the breadcrumbs right at the top of the screenshot?
Again, I think you can't hide those without a bit of code, either in the theme or in the core of Confluence. It's because that part of the screen is rendered in a different part of the application from where you've been changing the page content. I'm less sure removing them is a problem for the user though (I know I rarely look there)
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