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How to have page title in header with the respective page's link?

  1. Add a custom header in which just add <div></div>.
  2. Save it as header(For quick reference).
  3. Go to HTML Template editor.
  4. Find header. The code around it appears as below.
    <b:section class='main' id='main' preferred='no'>
    <b:widget id='HTML1' locked='false' title='header' type='HTML'>
    <b:includable id='main'>
    <!-- only display title if it's non-empty -->
    <b:if cond='data:title != &quot;&quot;'>
    <h2 class='title'><data:title/></h2>
    </b:if>
    <div class='widget-content'>
    <data:content/>
    </div>
  5. Replace with <data:content/> with the following code.
    <a expr:href='data:blog.Url'><font size='5'><data:blog.pageTitle/></font></a>
  6. Save Template.
  7. Now Click edit on the HTML Gadget labelled header in the layouts tab and remove the title and save it.
  8. Know how I controlled the flow of text.

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