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The KIA Subtitle plugin allows you to easily add a subtitle to your posts. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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The KIA Subtitle plugin allows you to easily add a subtitle to your posts.
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KIA Subtitle
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As an <em>example</em> if you wanted to display the subtitle on standard single posts, in the Twenty Twenty theme you'd create a copy of the entry-header.php template in your child theme and modify it as shown in this <a href="https://gist.github.com/helgatheviking/6754a8a381ace9aef325ca3f7b4128c1">gist</a> You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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As an <em>example</em> if you wanted to display the subtitle on standard single posts, in the Twenty Twenty theme you'd create a copy of the entry-header.php template in your child theme and modify it as shown in this <a href="https://gist.github.com/helgatheviking/6754a8a381ace9aef325ca3f7b4128c1">gist</a>
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This is what the input will look like in the Classic Editor. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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This is what the input will look like in the Classic Editor.
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Yes! You can use this <a href="https://github.com/helgatheviking/kia-subtitle-woocommerce-bridge">bridge plugin</a> to automatically display the subtitle in most WooCommerce locations. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Yes! You can use this <a href="https://github.com/helgatheviking/kia-subtitle-woocommerce-bridge">bridge plugin</a> to automatically display the subtitle in most WooCommerce locations.
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Can I display the subtitle for my WooCommmerce products You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Can I display the subtitle for my WooCommmerce products
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function kia_add_subtitle_to_wp_title( $title ) { if ( is_single() &amp;&amp; function_exists('get_the_subtitle')) &amp;&amp; $subtitle == get_the_subtitle( get_the_ID() ) ) { $title .= $subtitle; } } add_filter('wp_title','kia_add_subtitle_to_wp_title'); You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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function kia_add_subtitle_to_wp_title( $title ) { if ( is_single() &amp;&amp; function_exists('get_the_subtitle')) &amp;&amp; $subtitle == get_the_subtitle( get_the_ID() ) ) { $title .= $subtitle; } } add_filter('wp_title','kia_add_subtitle_to_wp_title');
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if you need to 'return' the value, you can use <code>get_the_subtitle()</code> which accepts a <code>$post_id</code> parameter if you need to use it outside the loop if(function_exists('the_subtitle')) $subtitle = get_the_subtitle( $post_id ); You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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if you need to 'return' the value, you can use <code>get_the_subtitle()</code> which accepts a <code>$post_id</code> parameter if you need to use it outside the loop if(function_exists('the_subtitle')) $subtitle = get_the_subtitle( $post_id );
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Add the 'the_subtitle()' tag to your theme: if(function_exists('the_subtitle')) the_subtitle(); You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Add the 'the_subtitle()' tag to your theme: if(function_exists('the_subtitle')) the_subtitle();
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WPML now supports KIA Subtitle! You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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WPML now supports KIA Subtitle!
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If you have wrapped the subtitle in an H2 tag with the class of subtitle like in the gist above, you can then style it any way you'd like. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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If you have wrapped the subtitle in an H2 tag with the class of subtitle like in the gist above, you can then style it any way you'd like.
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However, in general, <code>the_subtitle()</code> is a template tag so you will want to put it in a template file. Probably, you are looking for the file that contains your post loop. For most themes it's <em>single.php</em> ( or <em>page.php</em> for pages ), but for many it could also be <em>content.php</em>. Assuming you want the subtitle to display directly after your main title, you'd place the above code after: You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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However, in general, <code>the_subtitle()</code> is a template tag so you will want to put it in a template file. Probably, you are looking for the file that contains your post loop. For most themes it's <em>single.php</em> ( or <em>page.php</em> for pages ), but for many it could also be <em>content.php</em>. Assuming you want the subtitle to display directly after your main title, you'd place the above code after:
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Unfortunately, I cannot tell you <em>exactly</em> what file to place the above code in because 1. I don't know where you want to display the subtitle and 2. every theme's structure is different. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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Unfortunately, I cannot tell you <em>exactly</em> what file to place the above code in because 1. I don't know where you want to display the subtitle and 2. every theme's structure is different.
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You can wrap the string in some markup using the <em>$before</em> and <em>$after</em> parameters. You have to log in to add a translation. Details

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You can wrap the string in some markup using the <em>$before</em> and <em>$after</em> parameters.
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