Kubio – the kickstart

Find out how you can use Kubio for designing the website you envision.

Page title block

Page titles are tags that show up in the HTML <title> element. Such a tag is part of the underlying code of your website. Page titles don’t need to be visible to humans, but they can be read by crawlers in order to index your web pages, and show them in organic results.  WordPress themes will usually set the title to match the post or page title you set in the backend. Don’t confuse page titles with headings. H1 headings are used to structure your website and can act as the title of your content, but not your page. Now, usually pages don’t require a page title, but you could add them to posts.

Page title block: customizations within the block editing panel

The moment you select any block, an editing panel will open up on the right-hand side. It always has three options: content, style, and advanced. The possibilities inside vary from block to block.


At this level there are three more sublevels:

  • Page title properties,
  • Formatting for pages,
  • Formatting for blog.

Let’s take them one by one.

Page title properties: here you can apply a heading type to the page title, and set up the text alignment.

Page title properties

Formatting for pages: here you can establish a specific title text for 404 pages or results pages.

page title formatting

Formatting for blog: across the blog you can have various pages (single post, archive, author archive, year archive, etc), You can customize the text of the tiles here.

page title formatting for blog
page title block styling in the Kubio editor

At this level you have the following styling options:

  • Text color,
  • Typography,
  • Text shadow.


At the “Advanced” level, here are the most common customizations available across the Kubio blocks: background, spacing, border and shadows, typography, transform, dividers, transition, responsive, and miscellaneous.

page title block advanced edits