If you want to remove the page header from ALL pages, posts and archives on the site you can do so via the Customizer at Appearance > Customize > General Options > Page Title and set the style to “hidden”.
Disabling Via Page Settings
The quickest and easiest way to disable the Page Title is via the built-in page settings, have a look at the screenshot below:
With the Diamod theme you can easily customize the title of any given page or post to have a background image. All you need to do is use the built-in settings to define your image and if you want an overlay.
Adding The Background
Simply go to edit any page or post, find the settings metabox and click on the “Title” tab then from the “Title Style” option select “Background Image”.
Below is an example result you can expect from using the Background Image page title style:
Adding A Subheading Via The Meta Settings
The default way of adding your subheading for posts and pages is via the meta option, see the screenshot below:
With the Diamond WordPress Theme you can easily alter your main page header/title design via the WordPress Customizer. Simply log into WordPress and go to Appearance > Customize > General Theme Options > Page Title to make your edits.
If you want to disable the breadcrumbs in the page title by default you can do so also in the Customizer under General Theme Options > Breadcrumbs.
Enabling/Disabling Theme Breadcrumbs
To enable or disable breadcrumbs go to Appearance > Customize > General Theme Settings > Breadcrumbs.
Disabling Breadcrumbs On A Per-Page Basis
You can disable breadcrumbs via the page settings on any specific page: