How To Hide Title From Blogger Header

Posted by Lasantha Bandara on June 4th, 2009 File Under : change template, html, title17 Comments

1.Log in to your dashboard--> layout- -> Edit HTML

2.Scroll down to where you see this :

#Header h1

Look at the picture below.

3.Copy below code and paste it after above line.


Look at the example below.

4.Now save your template and you are done.

File Under : change template, html, title

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17 Responses to “How To Hide Title From Blogger Header”

  1. bLupyr0 says:

    Superb! thank you for this!!!
    Simple explanation and yet very effective.

  2. BioNaturally says:


  3. JefFrey Lopez says:

    Hello i cannot fing any code you mention above please help
    heres my blog

  4. JefFrey Lopez says:

    Hello i can't find the code you mention in my html please help

  5. says:


  6. marky says:

    i cant find the code ##Header h1.. please help..

  7. afif says:

    Thank you!

  8. MulyaNovalN says:

    I don't find the #header h1 code but I can hide that blog title.. yeah 😀

  9. uzair says:

    thank you its work

  10. Brady Partridge says:

    That code also controls the titles in the tabs above the header on my blog, so if I remove the title I also remove the titles in the tabs. Is there another solution?

  11. venicereajan says:

    Jst find out this line

    Header h1 {

    paste this following the code


  12. deep says:


    how u did it?

  13. hazel says:

    Thank you sooooooooooooooo much :) Just what I was looking for. - redbaroness

  14. Miitch says:

    is it possible to make it invisible because i want the gap where the title used to be to stay so i can put the title on my background image and have it show through

  15. nathan says:

    if you cant find the


    try going to edit html of the page
    press ctrl+f
    type header h1

    there would come up some results

    look for these
    Header h1 {
    then below put the display:none;

    should be like this
    .Header h1 {
    display: none;
    font: $(header.font);
    color: $(header.text.color);

    just add the display:none;
    the font and color is along with the code..

    hope this helps

  16. Emily Kinsaul says:

    Thank you so much! This was a huge help!

  17. Isa Said says:

    Thank you. It works

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