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Including Titles

Pages and Posts are different types of content, and we handle each differently.

Pages tend to be layout-rich, so we’ve left the block layout entirely freeform. You’re allowed to use any block to begin the page, even if that means the page has no discernible title. While we definitely don’t recommend this, we’ve left that power up to you. We recommend using a Hero block so that you get a proper <h1> tag to start your page. This is best practice for SEO. You can achieve the same results with the Post Title block, or even just using a core Heading block set to <h1>.

Posts, on the hand, tend to be text-based and, ideally, are formatted like articles. While we allow all blocks to be used on posts, if we don’t detect either a Post Title or Hero block as the first element on the page, we automatically add a title section that includes the title of the page and the Featured Image if applicable.

Auto generated post titles in the editor.

Auto Generated Titles

As you can see, this post has a title and a featured image. If the posts on your site are for written as articles for a blog, this might look pretty familiar to you. The only problem is there’s not a block at the top of the to generate a title section on the frontend of your title.

The auto generated page title on the front end.

Fear not!

For blog posts, we’ll automatically take the title and Featured Image and put it on top of the page. If you’d like to customize this, you can use either a Hero or Post Title block. If either of these blocks are the first block of a page, we defer to the custom block. This way, you’ll be able to fully customize the beginning of your page.


We only auto-generate a title section for posts! It’s up to you to make sure your page layouts include a title. With great power comes great responsibility!

Including Titles