Getting rid of the "Home" under the nav bar

I've been trying to get rid of the headings under my nav bar for quite some time, but there is no way I can get rid of it. I'd like to remove the headings from the page, but not from the nav bar. How can i do that?

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ScottSandbakken replied on at Permalink Reply
What template are you using?
UWHC replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm not sure what template.
ScottSandbakken replied on at Permalink Reply
Can you provide a like to your site?

Otherwise, log in as an admin and go to Dashboard > Pages & Themes > Themes and look for the one that is activated.
UWHC replied on at Permalink Reply
I'm using the Slate Theme.
Adreco replied on at Permalink Reply
Lots of mods are listed here
but I believe the area you are looking to delete is needed to be commented out of both the main.css and also in the elements-header folder.
I've removed this on a site recently and saved the edited files. I'll double check and give you a more specific locations for the edits

edit: see main.css for page meta lines 306-320 and for breadcrumbs 322-342

Elements folder has its own page-meta folder you could probably ignore if you comment out the lines in the main css
UWHC replied on at Permalink Reply
That is another thing I do not understand. I do not know how to find or edit any of these specific locations or files.
Ekko replied on at Permalink Reply
To access the files you will need to alter you will need to use an ftp program like filezilla, or your hosting providers cpanels file manager.

This video will show you how to use the file manager

From there you need to find your concrete5 files which are usually at public_html/yoursite There you will see the concrete folders like blocks, concrete, config, controllers etc. You need to edit your theme files so since you are using a theme from the marketplace you will find it under /public_html/yoursite/packages as marketplace items are downloaded as packages. If you were using a core theme you would find it under /public_html/yoursite/concrete/themes

The slate theme will be under /public_html/yoursite/packages/theme_slate and from there you will be able to alter whatever files you want, but corretje's answer will be easiest to implement. Simply copy and paste what he wrote at the bottom of your main.css under whats already there.
Ekko replied on at Permalink Reply
Take a look under theme options for any option that refers to headers or titles in pages, c5mix themes will usually have one. If its not there and your not comfortable with code try changing the page type as the full page type that you are using may be set to include the page title while another similar page type will not have it.

You could also alter the code of the full page type and remove the bits with the headings and titles or create a new page type from full without the bits.

If you do dive into the page types code take a look at this post as it also applies to slate, and deals with the pieces you will want to remove/comment out and is answered by the themes creator.

Thanks to user Khancock for finding the above post.
DeWebmakers replied on at Permalink Reply
A quick and dirty solution is:

Add to your stylesheet main.css:

#page-meta h1 {
display: none;