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Adding Tagline to Custom Header

  1. Normally, when you use the default header in the default theme, if you add a tagline in the General Settings, it appears under the Blog Title on your Blog. I have added a custom header to the default theme and now the tagline no longer appears. I have temporarily made the tagline a part of the Blog Title, but I don't like it that way.

    The question is, how do I get the Tagline to appear under the Blog Title when I use a custom header with the default theme?

    Thanks for any help.

    The blog I need help with is danielasblog.wordpress.com.

  2. Hi there, could you give us a link to your blog, please?

  3. I'm sorry. I thought the blog link appeared automatically.

    Here's the blog link:

    http://danielasblog.wordpress.com/

    I'm actually helping someone with this.

    Thanks.

  4. Some themes here do not display a tagline, and pressrow is one that does not. Your choices are what you have done - add it to the header image - or put it into a text widget at the top of the sidebar, or change themes to one that does show the tagline.

    There is a trick that can be done with a text widget using the paid CSS upgrade, but it requires quite a bit of CSS experience to do it and the paid CSS upgrade is not suggested unless you have experience with CSS. You can learn more about the paid CSS upgrade by searching the FAQ for "CSS." There is a preview function that wordpress provides so that you can try things and get things figured out before buying the upgrade: appearance > edit CSS.

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