I need to put an additional own CSS class to the h1 post-title.
I found in loop-index.php at the bottom this part of code:
<article class="entry"> <header class="entry-content-header"> <h1 class='post-title entry-title'><?php _e('Nothing Found', 'avia_framework'); ?></h1> </header> <p class="entry-content" <?php avia_markup_helper(array('context' => 'entry_content')); ?>><?php _e('Sorry, no posts matched your criteria', 'avia_framework'); ?></p> <footer class="entry-footer"></footer> </article>
There I need to add my own class
So I changed in the code above:
<h1 class='post-title entry-title titellinie'><?php _e('Nothing Found', 'avia_framework'); ?></h1>
but when I save it and check this with Firebug, my own class does not appear there in the h1 headline:
I’m not so familiar with CSS and PHP – maybe I have made a mistake in writing the correct code, if you could please check it above.
Or do I need to edit another theme file for this post-title h1 tag?
My site is under construction, so I hope the screenshot helps explaining it.
Thanks a lot!
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The code is correct, but h1 are also used in other loop files like loop-page. Without having more information where and what you are doing it’s hard to say, why it is not working.
Maybe you forgot to clear the browser cache and try to refresh the page several times.
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