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How to Add Website Page Titles

The Page Titles module creates and manages titles on around 35 internal (secondary) pages. The title block consists of a title with link, secondary link block, and optional block of text. All title inclusions are optional. An update will shortly take effect that permits the inclusion of a third link of text in the standard block (client requested).

The titles will require that you create at least two Link Blocks - one alongside the title and one block below. These link blocks seriously enhance navigation and should be used.

The Titles module is found within the 'Contentus' module in the Website module (select the cube from the 'Website' module to return Contentus options).

Titles Navigation

  Pictured: The Titles module is found within the 'Contentus' module in the Website module (select the cube from the 'Website' module to return Contentus options).

The Link Block menu is located to the right of the Titles menu option. The 'Blocks' feature we'll reference in this FAQ is located in the same menu.

  The Result

The result of the title block is shown below.

New Titles

  Pictured: The new title format. You'll note the inclusion of some icons, and only mild alteration of the presentation. We were reluctant to make any serious changes given the lengths we made in establishing a panel that performed in the desired manner. The lower text is optional and provides a facility to include global content when required on certain pages and unique content on others. The Titles module starts to expose how some of our modules tie together in order to build a result. In the pictured example the Title panel is integrated with both the Blocks and Links modules in order to return a result. This integration permits you to globally update a single source of content (for example, a collection of links or Block content text) and have that content updated globally when required.

Once created, the title is managed entirely from within Yabber, and link blocks may be globally modified at any time.

  Creating Title Profiles

The title profile is created (or edited) from the 'Create' panel. You should give your Title profile for reference in Yabber and Elementor menus, assign it to a location (where will the Title be used?), Create a Page Title (obviously important) and assign an icon and optional links to the right of the Title. You should then include an optional paragraph 'Block' (created via the Blocks menu), assign an optional lower block of links, and include any optional text before the block of links (something like "Related Reading" or "Learn More About XYZ").

Titles Navigation

  Pictured: The Titles module is found within the 'Contentus' module in the Website module (select the cube from the 'Website' module to return Contentus options).

  Title Locations

You will note that we assigned a title to a Location. This is because websites with a framework version greater than 3.9 include default hooks in various locations. If you assign a Title to that location it will be used... otherwise a default title will be applied. In reality, you may assign a Location Title anywhere, but it's generally expected in a single location (for example, if you create an FAQ Title', it's expected you'll assign it to the FAQ Archive Page... but it may also be used elsewhere).

The 'Custom' panel introduces the 'Custom Locations' panel where you may define 'hooks' for your own title content.

Titles Custom Locations

  Pictured: The 'Custom' panel introduces the 'Custom Locations' panel where you may define 'hooks' for your own title content. The Custom Location will be made available when you define a location.

  Title Styles

As many styles may be created as required, and the 'Default' style as applied when sending the data to our website will always apply to the default hooked Title locations. Create at least one style to start with.

Title Styles

  Pictured: As many styles may be created as required, and the 'Default' style as applied when sending the data to our website will always apply to the default hooked Title locations. Create at least one style to start with.

Every aspect of the Title style may be altered. The values presented on page entry are acceptable for a default style (you may always edit later).

  Sending Titles and Styles

Titles and Styles will be effective once sent to your website. Yabber is a multi-website system, so you must first select your website, then the 'Default' style that'll apply to all the native framework title hooks, then Send. Changes take effect immediately.

Send Titles to Website

  Pictured: Titles and Styles will be effective once sent to your website. Yabber is a multi-website system, so you must first select your website, then the 'Default' style that'll apply to all the native framework title hooks, then Send. Changes take effect immediately.

An error may be returned if no Default style is created.

  Edit and Review Titles

You may edit and review titles via the 'Review' panel. Select the green icon to expose information and date, and the edit icon to edit the selected asset.

  Elementor Block

As with most of our features, we've built a drag and drop Elementor block for visual design. From within Elementor, simply select the 'BM Titles' block, drag into your post or page, select a title and style, and you're done. Note that - unlike the default hooked framework locations - when using the Elementor option we have the option to apply a specific style... although it's always best to stick with the one style that is updated globally.

Elementor Titles Block

  Pictured: To use a Yabber title with Elementor, search for 'BM Titles', drag the block onto your page, select the title and style (with the 'Default' style shown by default), and the title will render. Any future updates to this title style or title text are managed very easily from within Yabber.

  Framework Updates and Shortcodes

If you're using an older framework than 3.9 (prior to September 2023), you will have to update your website with shortcodes if you choose to use this feature. The applicable 'hook' shortcodes are shown below. They will need to replace the existing title block (a default title will show based on the location ID). It's a long list . Note that Custom Location shortcodes are show last (these are also shown in the 'Review' panel).

Location Shortcodes

  Pictured: if you choose to use this feature on an older website framework. The applicable 'hook' shortcodes are shown below. They will need to replace the existing title block (a default title will show based on the location ID). Note that Custom Location shortcodes are show last (these are also shown in the 'Review' panel).

If updating your website, you may choose to use the Elementor widget as it does not require the copying of any code - simply drag and drop the block into your page, select the applicable location, and apply the default style.

Again, shortcodes are listed in the 'Review' panel.

  Titles May Be Used Anywhere

Titles aren't just for page titles. If you find a need, the block may be used in content in any manner that gloats your boat.

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