I suppose this is something about theming, but I haven't found a way to do this. I'm using the Pixtures Reloaded subtheme of Adaptive Themes.
I have a group of pages that need to have the structure:
that should come out looking like this:
A true story:
The Amazing Thing
And Why it's Amazing
This is the story of...
The title and subtitle are centered.
When I create a "Basic page", I have to specify a title for the page, and that title is displayed at the top-left of the page. I tried two ways to get something to be shown before the title.
First I defined a block called "Pretitle" and placed it in the theme's region called "Secondary content", which in the "Block region demonstration" is shown as being above the title. But when I displayed the page, the pretitle was exhibited under a big banner that said "Pretitle". That's not okay.
Next, I deleted that and defined a text field called "Pretitle" and placed that above the title in the Field Manager. When I displayed the page, the pretitle appeared at the very bottom of the page, under a line that said "Pretitle:". Again, not okay.
Aside from not seeing how to get a line of text to appear before the title (without a banner saying that it's a pretitle), I also have not a seen a way to get the title to be centered horizontally on the page.
I'm guessing this problem is because there's something really simple about composing pages in Drupal that I don't know about. Can you tell me what I'm missing?
Please don't give an answer that requires writing my own module because I'm not nearly ready to do that yet.