Adding a code in the widget title

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Support Forums Support (Legacy) Adding a code in the widget title

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    First of all thank you for your themes. They’re amazing. I’m definitely looking forward for more.

    I tried to insert a fontawesome icon into a widget title but it was removed – how is it done?





    By “widget title” do you mean in the WordPress widget area, or in in the Page Builder?

    Either way WordPress has entered a filter blocking any HTML from being added to this field…..but if you want to disable it, you can just place the following code in your [functions.php] file:

    remove_filter( 'widget_title', 'esc_html' );


    Our Page Builder system works according to the WordPress widget standards, so the code written above will apply to the widget area as well.



    I installed a Child Theme, because I understand that it will work better with the upgrades.

    Should I place it there or in the regular theme?



    If you are working with a Child Theme, then that’s great. Just enter the code into the Child Theme’s functions.php file and it should be ok.



    Great 🙂

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