Plugin / Archive Title

WebMan Design, Oliver Juhas

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

Archive page contains an archive – a list of posts or custom post types. WordPress recognizes 6 types of archives: category, tag, author, custom post type, custom taxonomy and date.
Title of every archive page contains an ‘archive label’ (please note this is a terminology used in this plugin). By default it is the first text in archive title followed with colon. For example, a category archive page with title of “Category: Uncategorized” has an archive label of “Category:”.
This plugin integrates its settings directly into Settings → Reading WordPress admin page. You can edit plugin options under “Archive Title Options” section on that page.
The plugin allows you to remove the archive title label completely or to hide it accessibly. Accessible hiding causes wrapping the archive title label in a HTML element. Every WordPress theme should provide styles for the screen-reader-text CSS class. And every text wrapped in such CSS class element will be hidden from visibility, but will be still accessible for assistive devices, such as screen reader. We recommend using this option instead of removing the label completely.
Yes you can. You can override the CSS class by defining the ARCHIVE_TITLE_CSS_CLASS_A11Y constant in your child theme’s functions.php like so: define( 'ARCHIVE_TITLE_CSS_CLASS_A11Y', 'your-theme-accessibly-hidden-class' );
Well, the only 2 use cases I can think of for this option would be: To change the taxonomy name: For example, if you would like to keep the category archive title label such as “Category:” in “Category: Uncategorized”, but only want to change the “Category” text to “Topic”. For that case it’s much better to properly rename the taxonomy using a dedicated plugin. You can use this for any WordPress native taxonomy, such as Category, Tag, or any other custom taxonomy, such as Jetpack’s Project Types. To change the post type name: For example, if you would like to rename “Archives: Portfolio” to “Archives: Projects” (note that “Archives:” is actually a label here, and you can remove it with this plugin). For that case it’s much better to properly rename the post type using a dedicated plugin.

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