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Post Title is a headline to a blog post or article. It is typically the first thing a reader sees and is used to grab their attention. Our Post Title block lets you quickly change the HTML tag or add a prefix and postfix. Also, with the help of our Styles component, you can add any CSS styles on any element. Our CSS Library can help you to import beautiful designs to your post-title with a single click.
Post Title Block by Post-Grid-Combo
List Of Features
  • CSS library for each element
  • Custom wrapper tag
  • Custom prefix text
  • Custom postfix text
  • Post Title link target
  • Post Title link to custom URL
  • Post Title text limit by word
  • Post Title text limit by character
  • Custom Attributes on Post Title
  • Custom Prefix option
  • Custom Postfix option
  • Position option for Prefix
  • Position option for Postfix
  • Styles Component for each element
  • Custom Style option
  • Advanced CSS pseudo selector
  • Custom Layout submission access to our CSS Library
Frequently Asked Questions
What is post title in WordPress?
In WordPress, a post title refers to a blog post’s main heading or title.
How long should a post title be?
WordPress’s ideal length of a post title is between 50 and 60 characters. Search engines usually display only the first 50-60 characters of a title. So a shorter title may be more easily understood by users and increase the click-through rate.
What makes a good blog post title?
A good blog post title should be:

1. Accurate: Your title should accurately reflect the content of your post. Avoid using clickbait or misleading titles that misrepresent your content.

2. Clear and concise: Your title should be easy to understand and straightforward, using simple language that clearly communicates what your post is about.

3. Engaging: Your title should be exciting and compelling enough to grab readers’ attention and encourage them to click and read more.
Keyword-optimized: Including relevant keywords in your title can improve your post’s search engine optimization (SEO) and help it rank higher in search results.

4. Unique: Your title should be unique and stand out from other similar posts on the same topic.
Specific: Use specific language to communicate the focus of your post, such as “10 tips for…” or “A beginner’s guide to…”.

5. Evocative: Using emotive or descriptive language can help create an emotional connection with the reader and make your title more memorable.
How do you format a blog title?
When formatting a blog title in WordPress, following some basic guidelines is essential to ensure your title is easy to read and understand. Here are some tips:

1. Capitalize the first letter of each word: In general, it’s standard to capitalize the first letter of each word in a blog post title, except for prepositions, articles, and conjunctions.

2. Keep it concise: Keep your title short and sweet, between 50-60 characters if possible.

3. Use proper punctuation: Use appropriate punctuation, such as commas, colons, or hyphens, to separate ideas or parts of the title.
Use strong verbs: Using strong, action-oriented verbs can make your title more engaging and compelling.
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