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I created a taxonomy vocabulary that groups all blogs with the specified taxonomy term. I mapped a menu link to this taxonomy term. When this menu link is accessed, I see all the blogs listed, but at the top of the page I see the vocabulary term shown in bold. I do not want this term on the page. How do I hide the term? Thanks.

  • Which version of Drupal is the site built on? – Madis Dec 28 '11 at 22:11
  • Drupal 7 version – sotn Jan 4 '12 at 2:02
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You could try tracking down from which theme function or template file it is coming from and removing it there. The Devel and Theme developer modules can probably help you with that. Hiding it via CSS may be acceptable as well since it's only a small piece of html code.

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I found the solution, it was actually very simple. I logged in as the user that created the vocabulary and the vocabulary-URL mapping, clicked on the menu link that linked to the taxonomy vocabulary page, the page loads with view & edit tabs, clicking edit will let you change the title of the page.

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Edit the content type > Manage Display > Hide the term reference.

  • gilzero, the term reference is already hidden. – sotn Jan 4 '12 at 1:43
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I'm not immediately sure why the term is displayed as it is, but what I always do myself, is use Panels to override the taxonomy display. Panels being a complicated tool, one could think it's a bit overkill to use for something as simple as removing this little piece of text; but the extra control you get this way is well worth learning. Here are videos demonstrating the use of the Page managar and Panels.

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