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    First of all thank you for this great template. I’d like to use plus version for my relative’s restaurant but first I need to make them like it :) I need help about two things

    1- I put two featured pages on banner, yet when I click the second one, it goes to wrong page. Actually it goes to first slider’s adress. What should I do to fix it?

    2- At home page, page’s name (Anasayfa) appears under the banner as a link. How can make it dissappear?

    Thanks in advance :)

    Oliver Juhas


    1. I can see you have modified the theme to display a custom slider for you. Please note that I do not provide support for theme modifications (the code I haven’t created) – please read the terms of service for this forum. The Auberge Plus supports custom sliders so you can use any slider plugin in there. With free Auberge you can set up slider according to My tip: use an NS Featured Posts plugin, enable the plugin for pages too to allow populating the slideshow with pages (this is not possible by default) and use custom CSS to style the heading in the slideshow. There is really no need to apply your own modification here.
    2. Displaying page’s name is normal and you can see it at theme demo website too – the “WELCOME TO AUBERGE WORDPRESS THEME BY WEBMAN!” title. The link is applied to it due to the HTML error you’ve introduced in your theme modification. Will you add a content to a front page? If yes, use a Beaver Builder Lite Version plugin to create it and disable the page title. If not, use this custom CSS to hide the front page title:
      .home .site-main .page { display: none; }
      /* This will get rid of the border on food menu title then: */
      .page-section .page-title {
       padding-top: 0;
       border: 0;



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