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removing element from dnn:TITLE

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New Around Here
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New Around Here

    For w3c compliance  there cannot be a span element for headers example:

    [h4] [span]text[/span][/h4]

    and i would like it  to be

    [h4] text [/h4]

    the line that is displaying the title text is a

    dnn:TITLE

    How do i remove the wrapped span around the dnn title?

    Veteran Member
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      You can't uisng the core Skin Object.
      I created my own Title skin object some years ago for this (withouit the span in it), I can add a release to github if you want.

      BTW AFAIK having a span inside an H4 is not a symantic error in HTML 5.

      New Around Here
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      New Around Here

        Yea an example would be great to help me get rolling, thanks!

        And it's Accessibility Compliance Issue

        Growing Member
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        Growing Member

          Maybe you can use a simple JQuery to remove that span tags, will this be enough?

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