Create Custom Category Attribute to Override Category H1 in Magento

Geoff Jackson

Geoff Jackson (more commonly known by his online pseudonym zigojacko) is the founder of Design Haven and The Clubnet Group which hosts numerous agencies including the most widely recognised of them, Clubnet Digital, a full service digital marketing and creative design/development agency. He also has a personal blog but it doesn't get updated as much as he'd like.

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9 Responses

  1. Mike L says:

    This is awesome, great tutorial – thanks!

  2. Mike M says:

    I downloaded all the files and uploaded them to my server. Then I opened the specified category view.phtml file and replaced the designated code. The backend category general tab does not reflect the Title Override field.

    What did I leave out?

  3. Mike M says:

    Nevermind, I just needed to disable the cache. First I tried to refresh the cache and the site crashed. Luckily I turned it off and then back on and it’s working!

  4. tony says:

    Hey Geoff,

    I completed and uploaded the files.  I see the new title override and updated my themes view.phtml file.  Still the h1 is the category folder name.  I can’t figure out why?

  5. Manoj says:

    It will be work in api also?

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